Including additional PHP Libraries in your Module
If the PHP scripts in your module rely on any 3rd party PHP scripts, libraries, or other support files, it is HIGHLY recommended that you place these files in your module's "include" directory. This will ensure the module's directory is kept clean and organized, and allow your module to not have files located throughout the Jamroom directories.
Note that you do not need to include() any of the Jamroom PHP library scripts in your module that are found in:
EXCEPT for the following, which are not loaded by default in Jamroom's includer:
If you need to access functions that are located in these library files, you will need to use a PHP include() function call for the desired library script to ensure the functions are available in your module.