Issue Type: Docs: Problem Created: 2009-01-25T09:00:45.000+0000 Last Updated: 2009-03-21T13:12:08.000+0000 Status: Resolved Fix version(s): Reporter: Mark Williamson (thetazzbot) Assignee: Rob Allen (rob) Tags: - Zend_Config
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In several places you see this example:
$options['nestSeparator'] = ':'; $config = new Zend_Config_Ini('/path/to/config.ini', 'staging', $options);
Followed by this example ini code:
; Production site configuration data [production] webhost = <www.example.com> database.adapter = pdo_mysql database.params.host = db.example.com database.params.username = dbuser database.params.password = secret database.params.dbname = dbname
However, when the user follows this example literally, the resulting $config object is not correctly populated. For instance:
Results in Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in
Changing the nestSeparator character to a dot (which is the character used in the ini sample above, results in a correctly populated config object.
This is prevelant in these pages:
For new users this could be very frustrating and lead them to believe it's a bug in Zend code.
Posted by Jan Olsen (janpolsen) on 2009-02-11T11:05:48.000+0000
I can see why the documentation can be confusing, but I actually don't think it's wrong.
The first 3 lines of code you write is just an example of how you can change the "nestSeparator"-option, while the sample ini code is an example in general. The "nestSeparator" defaults to a dot "." and that should work correctly with the sample ini code.
At least that's how I read it, but I agree that it could be written (and visualised) better :).
Posted by Rob Allen (rob) on 2009-03-21T13:12:08.000+0000
Not an issue, as the example on http://framework.zend.com/manual/en/… has the code under the INI file that correctly uses the dot separator.
It would be nice if a "note" in the docs was visually separated with a border though.
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