Getting phpinfo() output from any Drupal site

Seeing the output of phpinfo() is as easy as going to URL /admin/reports/status/php (e.g. http://www.example.com/admin/reports/status/php) on any Drupal site, when logged in to administer the site. This is quicker than writing a one-line PHP program yourself to call this function as suggested in a previous post on finding, changing, and verifying changes to your PHP initialization file.

[I Learned this from Rob of Left Click at last night's Western Mass. Drupal meetup. (Here's Rob's presentation on the Features Module at last month's Drupal Camp.)]

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