> And how is the user(developer) supposed to retrieve the actual
> error then ? $php_errmsg (or whatever) or error_handler?

He isn't. It is not a file. If wanted, the user can use file_exists to check
wether the file didn't exist, or was not of type 'file'.

This error isn't a side-effect, it is (almost) the main purpose of the

> - Markus

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