> There's a php way of doing it:
> You have a global include directory. The global config file goes
>Sadly that won't work Donncha, because the vBulletin developers use ./ when
they include files. Even if you switch the precendece in include_path it
still loads the "correct" file.
I've been trying to figure out some way of doing it via auto_prepend, but
that doesn't seem like a goer either (since the variables will obviously get
Time for a poke at the PHP manual methinks, see if there's any new toys I've
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