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Htscanner

Htscanner allows one to use htaccess-like files to configure PHP on a per-directory basis, just like Apache's htaccess. It is especially useful with fastcgi.

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  •  23 Mar 2007 12:56

    Release Notes: Some warnings have been removed when safe_mode is on and no .htaccess file has been found. Attempts to change the safe_mode status do not raise warnings (as they should).

    •  20 Mar 2007 14:10

      Release Notes: Initial PHP4 support was added.

      •  19 Feb 2007 16:24

        Release Notes: This release adds a new php.ini option called "stop_on_error". When set to 1, htscanner returns a failure when an error occurred internally (cache, doc_root missing, etc.). When set to 0 (the default), it will always return SUCCESS, which works smoothly when used with a CLI or with fcgi in a shell.

        •  06 Jan 2007 21:14

          Release Notes: Some erroneous ini value length detection problems have been fixed. The fatal errors in request and module initialization are now warnings. The "None" ini value detection is now case insensitive. The internal fopen warning when there is no htaccess file has been removed.

          •  18 Dec 2006 02:06

            Release Notes: A possible crash on shutdown has been fixed. A new message has been added when no translated path is found.

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