[Phpmyadmin-devel] @, display_errors, ob_*

Marc Delisle Marc.Delisle at cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca
Fri Feb 2 20:37:04 CET 2007

Jürgen Wind a écrit :
> Marc Delisle wrote:
>> Jürgen Wind a écrit :
>>> Marc Delisle wrote:
>>>> So, what would happen for users of these 80% servers if we remove the
>>>> @'s
>>>> ?
>>>> Remember that in many cases, the user of phpMyAdmin does not control his
>>>> server's settings. n-devel
>>> display_errors is not server dependent at all:PHP_INI_ALL
>> PHP_INI_ALL does not automatically imply that end users can do the 
>> change. A server can be configured to ignore .htaccess and to disable 
>> ini_set() command.
>> This is why I wrote "in many cases, the user...".
>> Marc
>>> of course you have to take measures that no unwanted errormessages
>>> clutter
>>> the screen.
>>> the user/admin desired display_errors level could easily be set in
>>> config.inc.php.
>>> just my 2 cent
> i *think* you are mistaken. I 'm not talking of .htaccess, 
> display_errors level is not only changable by "PHP_INI_SYSTEM" but on *any*
> level, 
> especially from the php script itself.

If the sysadmin allows it. A sysadmin might use this in php.ini:

disable_functions = error_reporting, ini_set

> plz show me where i can be convinced by the opposite.

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