PHP Registry is meant to store and retrieve key values in files. It can work as a registry that stores application configuration values. The class stores the values in registry values so they can later be retrieved in constants created with the PHP define function. The package also comes with a sub-class that can be used as a Web interface for editing the registry key values. You can set up the keys using the editor class, and then your applications script defines each key as a constant. For instance, it could return your database host address.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The session stayed alive and locked you in "File cannot be found/created". This has been fixed. The editor's open/create dialog is hopefully slightly easier to use.
Release Notes: Keys with strnig value "0" were being defined as extended key paths, not values.
Release Notes: Root level keys are no longer defined with a starting `/`.