Debug PHP errors

From OSClass

The OSC_DEBUG constant, added in version 2.3, controls the display of php errors and warnings. If this setting is not defined in config.php, the default value is false.

When the OSC_DEBUG is false, the error reporting level is E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE ^ E_USER_NOTICE. In that case, we're not showing notice and strict php errors. However, if we set the constant to true, the error reporting level is E_ALL | E_STRICT and display_error value is 1.

The OSC_DEBUG_LOG constant, added in version 2.3, logs these errors to a file called debug.log in oc-content. If Apache doesn't have write permissions, you may need to create the file first and set the appropriate permissions (i.e. use 666).

/**
 * Copy this code to config.php file
 * This will disable notice and strict errors
 */
define('OSC_DEBUG', false) ;
/**
 * Copy this code to config.php file
 * This will show all error notices and warnings on the site
 */
define('OSC_DEBUG', true) ;
/**
 * Copy this code to config.php file
 * This will log all error notices and warnings to a file called debug.log in oc-content
 */
define('OSC_DEBUG', true) ;
define('OSC_DEBUG_LOG', true) ;