[FX.php List] Error reporting in PHP

Dale Bengston dbengston at tds.net
Fri Dec 12 15:17:44 MST 2008

Actually, I think that pertains to the Leopard install of PHP as well  
- errors didn't show unless I used error_reporting(E_ALL). i'd leave  
the settings alone on your server and control it at the page level.


On Dec 12, 2008, at 3:19 PM, Bob Patin wrote:

> What about on a Mac server running OS X Server? I rarely venture out  
> to servers other than my own... :)
> Should I leave my PHP settings as they are, with display_errors set  
> to OFF? That's how it was set when I installed OS X Server...
> More specifically, if I do turn it on, will it then report the  
> stupid typos that I make that cause me to waste time? :)
> BP
> On Dec 12, 2008, at 2:09 PM, Dale Bengston wrote:
>> I have had mixed results using ini_set() on client servers,  
>> particularly linux and Windows. I use:
>> error_reporting (E_ALL);
>> ... as part of the debug code for all my sites.
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