[TYPO3-50-general] Getting rid of DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR
karsten at typo3.org
Thu Dec 14 15:12:10 CET 2006
Currently a lot of places use the PHP constant DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR. This
constant belongs to the directory functions (see
http://de.php.net/manual/en/ref.dir.php), i.e. it is not even defined
for the usual filesystem functions like fopen nor is it required for
include/require. PHP translates a forward slash automagically on Windows.
When specifying paths in php.ini it is even *required* to always use a
forward slash, even when on Windows.
What I want to say is: let's remove this ugly thing and just use /
For the sake of completeness: when calling local commands with exec()
and friends one has to use the "right" separator, this is when it might
come in handy...
If anyone can come up with same hard proof for all this, even if it is
the PHP source code, please tell me.
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