The $g variables refer to those set in the config_inc.php file and the config files found in the /default directory.
When you setup Mantis - one of the settings you would have made, for example, was for $g_path.
$g_path          = "";
Hope this helps,
----- Original Message -----
From: R.O.G. Jr.
Sent: Friday, May 10, 2002 12:07 PM
Subject: [Mantisbt-help] $g_php extension

I was looking at some of the mantis code and noticed such assignments as:

$g_manage_user_page = $g_path."manage_user_page".$g_php;

but i am not familiar with the $g_php extension. (and prefix, for that matter, in this case).

any help on this subject would greatly be appreciated.


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