Paul M Foster wrote:
> I recently installed some code written for a PHP 5 environment on a
> server which I thought was running PHP 5. It was a form which should
> have painted at least something to the browser window. But instead, I
> got a complete blank page. Come to find out that the server was
> actually running PHP 4.
> I've seen PHP do this before-- trying to run PHP 5 in a PHP 4
> environment causes it to do every step up to the point where it sees
> "future code" it doesn't understand. Then it just stops, no errors, no
> panics, no nothing.
> Is this expected behavior, or am I missing something? It seems like if
> the PHP interpreter hit some "future code" it didn't understand, it
> would issue a syntax warning or something similar. Is there some way I
> can squeeze some identifiable error code out of PHP 4 to indicate it's
> hit PHP 5 code it doesn't understand?
Check the apache error logs, that is where you will usually find
Per Jessen, Zürich (14.2°C)
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