From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Operating system: Linux (S.u.S.E 6.1)
PHP version:      4.0.6
PHP Bug Type:     PHP options/info functions
Bug description:  strange error_reporting(0)-behaviour

hey buglist,

no script necessary...;-)
last friday i installed php4.0.6 (coming from php3.0.17) and found out that
it isn't possible any longer
to suppress a "forgotten ';' parse error" by setting up error_reporting(0)
in my scripts...*sigh*

but if i code a "error_reporting = 0" into the php.ini, those error
(forgotten ';') is suppressed
and cannot be shown again by setting "error_reporting(E_ALL)" in my

is that the intented aim?!

i known about the many, many error-levels and there possibilities, but it
would be nice to have
the chance to suppress or not those trivial errors in my scripts as well,
if desired.


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