In a new post on RamonLechuga.com today there's a look at errors in PHP and how to set up come custom error handlers to make your debugging process simpler.
There’s a way to hide those ugly error outputs from PHP, and not just that you can track them, log them and manage them. We have different type of errors some of them are possible to catch and others aren’t, in this post you will learn how to build your own error tracker.
He lists out the PHP error types and includes what they mean (pulled from the manual) and follows it with some code to help you create two different error handlers - one that will catch most of the normal error types and another that will catch some of the more pesky fatal errors that can't be handled normally. Code for each is included.