> As far as I know, __LINE__ and __FILE__ are "magic constants" which > return the current line number and file name.
Sorry, I misunderstood exactly what you were looking for. > whole script. If now an error occurs on line 362 for example, it is > not easy to find the buggy code part, because this might be on line > 15 in one of the source scripts. How do you include the source scripts into the main scripts? By using include() or require()? IIRC, __LINE__ and __FILE__ should work in cases like that telling you the line and file name of the source script, not the main script. > Perl has a nice feature to achieve this, and I was wondering if > something similar exists in php. Apart from those two variables, none that I know of. Though, that's not to say something similar doesn't exist. Chris -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php