I am using 4.0.7-dev and I too now get this error on unix (FreeBSD
4.3-STABLE). So it's happening all over.
I think it's a good thing cause it helps remind you that you're trying to
stat something that doesn't exist... and if you're doing that on a file
that might or might not exist then your code should take the proper steps
to silence any warnings (ie. the @). That way it's clear that you are
just my 2 cents.
On Tue, 18 Sep 2001, [ISO-8859-1] "Kasper Skårhøj" wrote:
> Hi folks.
> I have a project with over 270 is_dir, is_file and file-exists function calls.
> On unix there are no problems.
> On windows (WINNT/PHP Version 4.0.7-dev) these functions may return a warning like:
> Warning: stat failed for log.txt (errno=2 - No such file or directory) in
>D:\wwwroot\testsite-32b2\tslib\class.tslib_fe.php on line 711
> This warning is typically returned if I check whether a file exists but it turns out
>that not only the file does not exist, the path does not exist!
> Now, there are two solutions I can't use:
> 1) I will not set error_reporting to exclude warnings, because PHP should to the
>best of my knowledge not at all bother about these things
> 2) I will not place a @ in front of every function which would potentially return
> And furthermore I'm puzzled why this error apparently is only on Windows, not on
>Unix and certainly has not always been there since I remember earlier when this
>project did not impose any problems.
> So what's up here? Why is this warning justified? And how do I avoid it?
> Thanks a lot
> (Kasper Skårhøj, Typo3 developer)
> Best regards and God's blessings
> - kasper
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