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gnupg_seterrormode

(PECL gnupg >= 0.6)

gnupg_seterrormodeSets the mode for error_reporting

Description

gnupg_seterrormode ( resource $identifier , int $errormode ) : void

Sets the mode for error_reporting.

Parameters

identifier

The gnupg identifier, from a call to gnupg_init() or gnupg.

errormode

The error mode.

errormode takes a constant indicating what type of error_reporting should be used. The possible values are GNUPG_ERROR_WARNING, GNUPG_ERROR_EXCEPTION and GNUPG_ERROR_SILENT. By default GNUPG_ERROR_SILENT is used.

Return Values

No value is returned.

Examples

Example #1 Procedural gnupg_seterrormode() example

<?php
$res = gnupg_init();
gnupg_seterrormode($res,GNUPG_ERROR_WARNING); // raise a PHP-Warning in case of an error
?>

Example #2 OO gnupg_seterrormode() example

<?php
$gpg = new gnupg();
$gpg -> seterrormode(gnupg::ERROR_EXCEPTION); // throw an exception in case of an error
?>

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