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configLoad() — loads config file data and assigns it to the template


void configLoad(string file,
                string section);

This loads config file data and assigns it to the template. This works identically to the template {config_load} function.

Technical Note

As of Smarty 2.4.0, assigned template variables are kept across invocations of fetch() and display(). Config vars loaded from configLoad() are always global in scope. Config files are also compiled for faster execution, and respect the $force_compile and $compile_check settings.

Example 14.16. configLoad()

// load config variables and assign them

// load a section
$smarty->configLoad('my.conf', 'foobar');


See also {config_load}, getConfigVars(), clearConfig(), and config variables

by dark alex on Jan 5, 2012 at 8:50
I'd like to suggest using func_get_args to be able to specify more than one section: $smarty->configLoad('my.conf', 'foo', 'bar', 'bell');