[wp-trac] Re: [WordPress Trac] #4361: Notify user of theme using deprecated code

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Thu Dec 20 14:42:57 GMT 2007

#4361: Notify user of theme using deprecated code
 Reporter:  Otto42           |        Owner:     
     Type:  enhancement      |       Status:  new
 Priority:  low              |    Milestone:  2.4
Component:  Template         |      Version:     
 Severity:  minor            |   Resolution:     
 Keywords:  hunt-irrelevant  |  
Comment (by docwhat):

 I'm not familiar with file logging and debug_backtrace().  I see
 debug_backtrace() on PHP.net.  I imagine file logging is just writing to
 log someplace?  Or is it a specific log?

 I like throwing errors because the normal development loop is to modify
 the code and then run it, then repeat.  This way, it shows up in the
 normal loop.  Having to add a "review logs" to the loop slows a developer
 down and makes it less likely he or she will do it.

 Is there some way to make the feedback more instantaneous?  I would
 actually prefer to have the errors be fatal, if debug is turned on, but it
 could stop a developer from fixing his or her problems because of an
 earlier problem in some other code.


Ticket URL: <http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4361#comment:12>
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