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Kirk,

On Tuesday 15 June 2010, Kirk Haines wrote:
> Just move your require statements.
> [...]
> I'd just put it along with any other similar require statements
> at the end of the file, or at least after the class definition that
> those files are depending on.

so there's no actual best practice regaring require() placement?

			Eric

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