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Did easyapache E_DEPRECATED patch disappear under PHP 5.4 ?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by aww, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. aww

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    Am I imagining things or did the cpanel E_DEPRECATED patch to remove warnings from E_ALL disappear under the easyapache configuration for PHP 5.4.x ?

    ie.
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     	Silence Deprecated Patch
      	This patch will remove E_DEPRECATED and E_USER_DEPRECATED from E_ALL
    missing
     
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    It's pretty obvious it's missing, see attached.

    I would guess early testing failed to work on 5.4, so to get easyapache w/5.4 out the door they removed it?

    Hope it comes back!

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    A case has been opened on this (#60800) to restore this option and update it properly.
     
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