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  • #16
    Originally posted by Woody
    What version will vB add support for people with register_globals off?
    vBulletin version 3.0

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    • #17
      Freddie, I'm assuming that starting with v3 you'll not only support register_globals = off, but also encourage its use? For security reasons if nothing else.
      Toddler from Hell

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Fusion
        Freddie, I'm assuming that starting with v3 you'll not only support register_globals = off, but also encourage its use? For security reasons if nothing else.
        If it is on, vBulletin will unset every variable in the global scope to mimic it being off.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by freddie
          If it is on, vBulletin will unset every variable in the global scope to mimic it being off.
          Ah. Excellent.
          Toddler from Hell

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          • #20
            Originally posted by freddie
            If it is on, vBulletin will unset every variable in the global scope to mimic it being off.
            how can you tell if it is On without doing phpinfo()? The reason I ask is that I m having problems with session variables when using $_SESSION and globals is On.

            is it as plain as

            if (isset($register_globals))

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            • #21
              never mind and sorry for intruding. I found what I was looking for.

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