…s->foo - and static members. The unset() opcode was luckily already suitable for - object overloading.
- freeing objects from id 0 instead of id 1. id 0 is not used. - Change isset/empty opcodes to support static members and the new way of - doing $this->foobar. Also the opcodes operate now on the hash table - combined with the variable names so that they can be overloaded by the - soon to be added overloading patch.
# I also found what's wrong in mod_mm.c :) # I'll fix it later since don't have much time now.
- functions. I didn't check this patch so please check that it works.
This commit broke things in interesting ways under FreeBSD. By adding these default header files to every header check, a number of subsequent checks failed (due to unsatisfied header file dependencies). This occured because <netinet/in.h>, for example, requires <sys/types.h>. In other words, these default includes are not autonomous and don't make workable defaults.
…This sped it up a bit.
(semi)colon separated path, rather than a single directory. Also moved checking of said path into a separate path for code readability. @- Changed php.ini directive 'safe_mode_include_dir' to accept a @ (semi)colon separated path (like 'include_path') rather than @ a single directory. (jflemer)