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PHP 5.3.1 Error Logging and Display of Said Errors

I just installed the PHP 5.3.1 Windows installer bundle [VC9 x86 Non Thread Safe (2009-Nov-19 09:53:39)] on my Windows 7 [Ultimate] machine. I want the PHP error output to get sent to stderr when run from the command line. I don’t want the errors logged to a file because I’m developing cli tools. Since we’re dealing with the cli, I also don’t want html errors. Should be pretty easy… if you know how to edit the settings.

These worked for me:

error_reporting = E_ALL
display_errors = stderr
display_startup_errors = On
log_errors = Off
html_errors = Off
;error_log = php-errors.log

Ensure that error_log is not set, otherwise error will not be displayed. This problem may be related, but is obviously not, the date bug mentioned in the PHP bug reports. It may be fixed in the latest snapshot. As a note, the php.ini date.timezone setting is date.timezone = "Pacific/Honolulu", and I still had this problem.

Other things I noticed:
When error_log = syslog, you can find the PHP events in the windows Event Viewer -> Windows Logs -> Application. I mention it in case you want that type of thing… or think error that logging may not be working.

 

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