Hello Simon,

 Thanks for your response.

 However I still can't seem to get errors to show up.

[dunphy@localhost:~/jf-current] #cat /private/etc/php.ini | grep -e
error_reporting -e display_errors
; display_errors
; error_reporting
error_reporting = E_ALL & E_NOTICE
;error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED
display_errors = On
; separately from display_errors. PHP's default behavior is to suppress those
; Eval the expression with current error_reporting().  Set to true if you want
; error_reporting(0) around the eval().

[dunphy@localhost:~/jf-current] #sudo apachectl -t
Syntax OK

[dunphy@localhost:~/jf-current] #sudo apachectl restart

[dunphy@localhost:~/jf-current] #uname -a
Darwin localhost 10.8.0 Darwin Kernel Version 10.8.0: Tue Jun  7
16:33:36 PDT 2011; root:xnu-1504.15.3~1/RELEASE_I386 i386 i386

I was wondering if there might be something else I might've missed?


On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 11:57 PM, Simon J Welsh <si...@welsh.co.nz> wrote:
> On 20/05/2012, at 3:55 PM, Tim Dunphy wrote:
>> hello, list!
>> I have 'error_reporting = E_ALL' set in my php.ini file. However when
>> I run a php script that has errors in it all that happens is that the
>> page WSODs. I am running Mac OS X 10.6. Any thoughts on why errors
>> don't show up in the browser and how to correct this?
>> Thanks
>> Tim
> You also need to set display_errors to On.
> ---
> Simon Welsh
> Admin of http://simon.geek.nz/

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