On Thu, Sep 28, 2000 at 01:38:28PM +0100, Donncha O Caoimh mentioned:
> At least in PHP, you can set a variable in /usr/local/lib/php.ini to
> send errors to the web browser which is handy for development. Any of
> the two errors below will generate an error message, but things are
> complicated if your page uses tables. The bad php code is encountered,
> the page generation halts and the table isn't completed and you don't
> see an error message!
I'm getting it to be very verbose to the logs. Still no errors sometimes.
> Test your php application on a simple page before deploying it, if
> that's possible!
not quite - it's mainly IMP development, which preloads loads of
libraries & stuff...
> Or you could run the script from the command line which will generate a
> readily available error message :)
Not alwaqys...hence my aggrivation...
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