2010/3/23 Daniel Egeberg <degeb...@php.net> > On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 11:47, Marten Lehmann <lehm...@cnm.de> wrote: > > Hello, > > > > I found different code examples like this, which use the file handle > STDERR > > just like this: > > > > <?php > > fwrite(STDERR, "hello\n"); > > ?> > > > > Also, the PHP documentation of input/output streams > > (http://php.net/manual/de/wrappers.php.php) says: > > > > "It is recommended that you simply use the constants STDIN, STDOUT and > > STDERR instead of manually opening streams using these wrappers." > > > > I don't want to use the "php://stderr" wrapper, because this just creates > a > > duplicate of the original STDERR handler and if I'm closing > "php://stderr", > > the original STDERR still would exist. > > > > When I'm using this code, I only get: > > > > <b>Notice</b>: Use of undefined constant STDERR - assumed 'STDERR' in > > <b>/test.php</b> on line <b>4</b><br /> > > <br /> > > <b>Warning</b>: fwrite(): supplied argument is not a valid stream > resource > > in <b>/test.php</b> on line <b>4</b><br /> > > > > How can I access the original STDERR handle? The constant should be > there, > > but does not exist. > > > > regards > > Marten > > These I/O streams are only present in the CLI SAPI. > > -- > Daniel Egeberg > > Please confirm that the code of my previous replay on this topic (executed via php-cli) does not print out "test2" or "test3". The constant is present but doesn't work as supposed.