Ostrichcize

Hide PHP error reporting for specified plugins or the current theme.

Author:Zack Tollman (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.3
WordPress version tested:trunk
Plugin version:0.1
Added to WordPress repository:24-11-2012
Last updated:24-11-2012
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
Rating, %:80
Rated by:1
Plugin URI:https://github.com/tollmanz/ostrichcize
Total downloads:1 423
Active installs:10+
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At the first sign of trouble, an ostrich buries its head in the sand. Ostrichcize allows a plugin or theme developer to bury his or her head in the sand by turning off error reporting for select plugins or the current theme.

If you have ever installed a plugin or worked on a site with a plugin that throws numerous of errors and notices, but do not have the time to fix the issue, you can turn off those notices with this plugin. By simply filtering the plugin, you can add to the list of plugins for which no notices will be shown.

To add to this list simply write something like:

function my_ostrichcized_plugins( $slugs ) {
    $slugs[] = 'debug-bar-cron';
    return $slugs;
}

function my_pre_my_ostrichcized_plugins() {
    add_filter( 'ostrichcized_plugins', 'my_ostrichcized_plugins' );
}

add_action( 'plugins_loaded', 'my_pre_my_ostrichcized_plugins', 1 );
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Note that the filter must be added before any offending code is run in order to redefine the error reporting function before it is first called. The means that in most cases, this code will need to run from a plugin and not a theme.

To turn off PHP error reporting for a theme, run:

function my_ostrichcize_theme() {
    add_filter( 'ostrichcize_theme', '__return_true' );
}
add_action( 'plugins_loaded', 'my_ostrichcize_theme', 1 );
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Thanks to Jeremy Felt (@jeremyfelt) for assistance naming the plugin!


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