at-ease is a PHP library that provides a safe alternative to PHP's
@ error control operator.
From 2010 to 2020, it was recommended not to use
@ in MediaWiki and extensions, but instead use this library.
The code was originally introduced to MediaWiki in r4261, and then split out into a separate library during the MediaWiki 1.26 development cycle.
Since 2020 and the better support of fatal error handling in PHP 7, it is recommended to use
@ in MediaWiki and extensions: see the "Error handling" section on the PHP coding conventions page.
use Wikimedia\AtEase\AtEase; // Suppress warnings in a block of code: AtEase::suppressWarnings(); $content = file_get_contents( 'foobar.txt' ); AtEase::restoreWarnings(); // ..or in a callback function: AtEase::quietCall( 'file_get_contents', 'foobar.txt' );
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- Issue tracker: Phabricator at-ease (Report an issue)
- Error Control Operator, php.net
- Source code (Phabricator mirror, GitHub mirror)
- Composer package
- API Documentation
- Test coverage report
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