2009/2/24 Bob McConnell <r...@cbord.com>:
> From: Lewis Wright
>> Turn on notices and maybe even strict messages (in your development
>> environment), and PHP should warn you of any deprecated code.
> Easier said than done. I don't have an IDE available. I have tried the
> Komodo editor and am now playing with Eclipse/PDT, but neither of those
> comes with a local interpreter.
> My workstation is Win-XPPro and the development/test server is Apache
> 2.0.55 running on a RHEL 5 VM in an ESX server farm. Each project gets a
> set of virtual domains and matching directories. There is also a unique
> base directory for each code release, so I don't even know if I can
> figure out how to map a debugger into that environment.
> Currently I use WinSCP to copy files to my home directory and log in
> with Putty to move them to the target directory. But it is running PHP
> 5.2.3, which I don't think will tell me much about the newer releases.
> I have asked, but we don't have a process in place to update that.
> Sometime in the _near_ future I have to investigate whether there are
> security fixes since then that we should get.
> Bob McConnell
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Well you don't have to have a test server in your IDE. In your on
Windows, try searching for WAMPserver. As for turning on errors, how

if ($_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] == ''){
    error_reporting(E_ALL | E_STRICT);
    ini_set('display_errors', true);

Of course, if you're not running a test server on localhost, then
change to your IP address.

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