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Error Reporting

As of PHP 5 the error reporting constant E_STRICT is available, with the value 2048. When enabled, messages will be issued to warn you about code usage which is deprecated or which may not be future-proof.

Hinweis: E_ALL does not include E_STRICT, so it's not enabled by default. You must explicitly set the error reporting level to include E_STRICT in order to see these messages.

See Predefined Constants for more information.

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5 years ago
According to the notes in the php.ini file, E_ALL *does* include E_STRICT; to exclude it you would use E_ALL & ~E_STRICT

This may be useful for someone who has upgraded and kept their old php.ini
9 years ago
To enable full error reporting (recommended for development boxes) use:

use error_reporting(E_ALL | E_STRICT);

or in php.ini:

error_reporting  =  E_ALL | E_STRICT
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