Commit 8a91f1be authored by Dries's avatar Dries

- Added some extra information about PHP settings.
parent dcbb71f4
......@@ -3,14 +3,14 @@
#
# Database settings:
# Note that the $db_url variable gets parsed using PHP's built-in
#
# Note that the $db_url variable gets parsed using PHP's built-in
# URL parser (i.e. using the "parse_url()" function) so make sure
# not to confuse the parser. In practice, you should avoid using
# special characters that are not used in "normal" URLs either.
# That is, the use of ':', '/', '@', '?', '=' and '#', ''', '"',
# That is, the use of ':', '/', '@', '?', '=' and '#', ''', '"',
# and so on is likely to confuse the parser; use alpha-numerical
# characters instead.
#
# characters instead.
# $db_url = "pgsql://user:password@hostname/database";
# $db_url = "mysql://user:password@hostname/database";
......@@ -20,9 +20,15 @@
#
# PHP settings:
#
# Avoid "page has expired" problems when browsing from your cache or history
# after having filled out a form:
# The following PHP settings are known to work well:
# magic_quotes_gpc 0
# magic_quotes_runtime 0
# magic_quotes_sybase 0
# track_vars 1
# register_globals 1
# Avoid "page has expired" problems when browsing from your cache or
# history after having filled out a form:
// ini_set("session.cache_limiter", "");
# If required, update PHP's include path to include your PEAR directory:
......@@ -30,19 +36,24 @@
#
# Languages / translation / internationalization:
#
# The first language listed in this associative array will
# automatically become the default language. You can add a language
# but make sure your SQL table, called locales is updated
# appropriately.
$languages = array("en" => "English");
# Custom Navigation Links override the standard page links
# offerred by most Drupal modules. Administrators may
# add/remove/reorder nav links here. These links are typically
# displayed in a row near the top of every page.
# $custom_links = array(
# "<a href=\"\index.php\">home</a>",
# "<a href=\"\module.php?mod=user\">school</a>",
# "<a href=\"\module.php?mod=blog\">work</a>");
#
# Custom navigation links:
#
# Custom navigation links override the standard page links offerred
# by most Drupal modules. Administrators may add/remove/reorder all
# links here. These links are typically displayed in a row near the
# top of every page.
// $custom_links = array(
// "<a href=\"\index.php\">home</a>",
// "<a href=\"\module.php?mod=user\">school</a>",
// "<a href=\"\module.php?mod=blog\">work</a>");
?>
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