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Request #8396 class_exists callbacks produce problems with __autoload
Submitted: 2006-08-08 22:55 UTC Modified: 2006-12-24 14:06 UTC
From: maciekrb at gmail dot com Assigned: auroraeosrose
Status: Closed Package: HTML_AJAX (version 0.5.0)
PHP Version: 5.1.* OS: ALL
Roadmaps: 0.5.1    
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 [2006-08-08 22:55 UTC] maciekrb at gmail dot com (Maciek Ruckgaber)
Description: ------------ When using __autoload function, callbacks to class_exist produce errors trying to load pear classes from include paths. This can be avoided by adding second parameter to class_exists to avoid using the __autoload function to load the class, instead the class will then be loaded from include_path defined paths. Test script: --------------- 757c757 < if (class_exists('pear',false)) { --- > if (class_exists('pear')) { 768c768 < if (class_exists('pear_error',false)) { --- > if (class_exists('pear_error')) {

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 [2006-08-09 00:28 UTC] jeichorn at php dot net (Joshua Eichorn)
Fixed in SVN thanks
 [2006-09-07 20:26 UTC] maciekrb at gmail dot com
Just updated to HTML_AJAX-0.5.0, JSON.php needs to be patched to avoid the __autoload problem, diff with fixed as follows: 758c758 < if (class_exists('pear')) { --- > if (class_exists('pear',false)) { 769c769 < if (class_exists('pear_error')) { --- > if (class_exists('pear_error',false)) { Best regards and congrats !!! HTML_AJAX is now beta !!!
 [2006-10-25 13:00 UTC] auroraeosrose (emsmith)
fixed in svn - thanks