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Is there a way to ignore E_STRICT for PHP5?


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I'm not sure if this is a PhpEd issue or DBG, posting it here.

I'm using PHP5RC2 and DBG 2.16.7, PheEd 3.3.1 and am getting
the message "var: Depredated. Please use the public/private/protected..."
when working with PHP4 classes.

That's fine and expected, but my scripts take much longer to run because
it's outputting hundreds of E_??? messages to the PhpEd error window.

I'd like to disable this but have not been able to. Best would be to disable
E_STRICT only, or E_ALL if I must.

I've tried setting
error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_STRICT)
at the top of a file that gets included in all files.

I have also set Error level to 0 in Tools | Settings | Debugger, but I
still get the messages.

I realize PHP5 is still a RC and probably not fully supported in DBG and PhpEd, but... it there anything I can do?
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In 5.0.0rc2 E_ALL is defined as


Do you see E_STRICT there ? I don't either.
So it's clear that in 5.0.0rc2 E_STRICT can't be disabled at all.

Please post a question at news.php.net news group php.internals.
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Agrred, I don't see it in E_ALL, as is mentioned in the ./zend/changelog.

But... value of error_reporting in zend.c still gets set.

According to http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.error-reporting.php E_ALL is 2047 and E_STRICT is 2048.

I don't know how DBG works, but I assume it registers an error handler, then whatever matches the error_level gets sent. Could it be there is code in DBG's handler that says:
Code:
 // fictional DBG C code...
if (error_level >= E_ALL)
    send_the_error_to_client(error_code, error_msg);


Or does DBG rely on some other setting, function, variable than what gets set in PHP's error_reporting();

Anyway.. why would PhpEd display any errors if Error Level is set to 0?
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should work fine in phped build 3359 & dbg 2.16.9
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