I need some testers.
I need to know what is broken when you disable global_variables in your php.ini and put the following at the bottom of dbconfig.php
// Attempt at removing global_variables requirement
Please post to this thread your successes and failures.
Using debian stable with the following apache, php and mysql I had to reenable globals. The variables such as $contactgroup_id in contactgroups.php would be undefined if globals were turned off.
If I expressly declared
$contactgroup_id = $_GET["contactgroup_id"];
Then I would get the Group Name in the "Contact Group Membership" page. The problem then becomes when trying to delete the group, the contactgroup_id is passed in a POST variable and the declaration above will not work.
I didn't go much further into it because I'm not a php slinger and it would be kinda futile. Sorry
Server version: Apache/2.0.54
Server built: Jul 28 2006 09:04:55
PHP 4.3.10-16 (cli) (built: Aug 24 2005 20:25:01)
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Zend Engine v1.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2004 Zend Technologies
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