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Re: PHP debugging
Compilers are normally *supposed* to produce human-readable error messages.
Stack backtraces have been built into runtimes for donkey's years.
Consider Java for instance: stack back-traces by default since 1995.
At least there are some stack back-trace facilities in PHP - they
just aren't turned on by default - and to activate them you have
to write your own error handler.
Low levels of human readability in error messages is a problem
that is likely to drive beginners away from the language.
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