>Except in a production environment, where you really never want your >users to see PHP error messages that you haven't coded yourself for the >user's benefit. It could reveal just a bit too much about your setup... >even filenames are valuable to maleficants. > >I recommend setting your php.ini to E_NONE and then putting >error_reporting(E_ALL) at the top of each of your scripts, and then when >the file is migrated to production, comment or remove the line.
Yes, sorry, should have been more clear. *IF* you have a Production and Development server split environment, get E_ALL on Development, and E_NONE on Production. If you only have the one environment, it's better to *FIND* the damn bugs and fix them (E_ALL) than to never even know they are there (E_NONE or other setting). -- Like Music? http://l-i-e.com/artists.htm -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php