I'm seeing some strange behaviour with var_dump. Is there a limit to how many levels deep that var_dump can display?
Basically, my object looks like this: object(Gantt) public 'tasks' => array 1 => object(Gantt_Task) public 'name' => string 'task 1' (length 6) public 'predecessors' => array ... 1.1 => object(Gantt_Task) public 'name' => string 'task 1.1' (length 8) public 'predecessors' => array ... 1.2 => object(Gantt_Task) public 'name' => string 'task 1.2' (length 8) public 'predecessors' => array '1.1' => string 'f2s' (length 3) (full dump shortened, but it's no more than 4x the size of this output above, and the objects contain only short strings, small numbers and arrays of short strings and small numbers) However, when I var_dump the top-most object (the Gantt object) the predecessors array for Gantt_Task 1.2 just shows as '...'. If I var_dump that particular object, I can see that the correct array element does exist. Is this just a random bug I've found, or is there an intended limit to how complex and deep var_dump can go? Would it have anything to do with the fact that Gantt contains multiple instances of the Gantt_Task object? Thanks, Ash http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php