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Clear the PHP4 warnings when working in eclipsePHP
February 20, 2007 @ 12:47:00

CakePHP users can find a quick hint from The Bakery today pointing out how to get ride of some of the warning messages when working with the framework in PHP4.

CakePHP - a great framework, but sometimes surprising to those who are used to programming with PHP 5. EclipsePHP spits out pages and pages of warnings when compiling towards a PHP 5 base, scaring new CakePHP converts.

The method involves performing a global search and replace on seven key strings to help them conform to the CakePHP standards. The warnings will "magically" disappear following.

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