A note exists at http://www.php.net/highlight_file that says:
Note: The return parameter became available in PHP 4.2.0. Before
this time it behaved like the default, which is FALSE
So if you want to capture the output of highlight_file before
4.2.0 then you'll need to use output buffering, something like:
$source = ob_get_contents();
Be sure to pay attention to notes and warnings within the
On Thu, 4 Apr 2002, Hugh Bothwell wrote:
> using PHP 4.1.3-dev on WinME, I call
> $a = "str" . highlight_file("file.php", true);
> and get a warning,
> Warning: Wrong parameter count for highlight_file() in myfile.php
> and *don't* get the highlighted source I want. show_source()
> does precisely the same thing.
> The manual says that PHP version >= 4.0.0 should support
> a second optional parameter... why would this fail?
> Is there some other easy way to do this? I have to get it returned
> in a string to stuff it into my template.
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