I know the response that I will get on the internals list, so I'll put this one
past readers here ...
I've just switched to overhauling a commerce package extension to the framework
that I'm upgrading to be E_STRICT complaint, and I've hit a little snag. The
original designers took the approach of doing the language translations as
define() constants with your just selecting the language to load. The problem
comes with the fact that they load a generic file, and then follow it by
additional defines for more accurate text ... overloading the generic copy ...
What I was not expecting was a string of 'Notices:' complaining about the
redefines. So how does one get around this message? One can't 'if defined' as
the string needs to be replaced with the more appropriate one. I would say, why
is this even a problem, or alternatively I just give up on E_STRICT and make
sure it's disabled again on PHP5.4?
Having spent several months getting the code clean on E_STRICT, switching it off
again will really pig me off, but I can't see any real alternative given the
number of languages and strings that will need reworking simply to get things
Lester Caine - G8HFL
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