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I noticed that when I'm working on a php page that loads wp programmatically, some of my errors are not fired. For example, a variables that has not initialized previously creates a warning when I have the E_ALL on top, but not when I load wp after that.

Any comments?

how do I put wordpress in a mode so that anything wrong anywhere is reported.

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debugggg.wordpress.com – Wyck Apr 15 '12 at 21:27
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if you set WP_DEBUG to true in wp-config.php it should output all your errors. Alternatively, you can use something like Debug Bar or BlackBox to display the errors. How much you need should determine your solution.

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