date() and php53
rfarmer at predatorlabs.net
Wed Apr 28 14:32:52 EDT 2010
On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:06 AM, Beat Gätzi <beat at chruetertee.ch> wrote:
> Matt Dawson wrote:
>> Just a quick heads-up for anyone who has updated to php53 and is now
>> getting an error message where the header should be in webui. The
>> date() function now requires a timezone and won't rely on the system's
>> timezone setting by default. Sticking the following:
>> at the top of $pb/scripts/webui/index.php (obviously replacing
>> Europe/London with your timezone) just below the <?php line will get
>> rid of that error. Don't be tempted to just slam UTC in there, though.
>> There's probably a better way to automate this, but as a quick fix it
> You could set date.timezone in your php.ini to get rid of this error
IMHO this ought to be fixed in the PHP port. Is there a good reason I
should have to set the system timezone in individual applications, in
addition to in the base system?
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