I'm trying to disable
WP_DEBUG_LOG if and only if
debug.log exists. I'd like to hook into
wp_footer and test if the file exists and if so disable my debug log. All I've found though is that
WP_DEBUG_LOG is a constant and can only be changed from the
wp-config.php file which is too early for my case. Is there a way to change it from a constant on install and keep it working as normal?
My only other thought is to create an option on install in the options table and just check it every time
wp-config loaded to see if the value has changed but I was wanting to avoid that.
Granted I could check if the file exists before I define
WP_DEBUG_LOG but somebody would have to view a page twice before debug log actually exists and is detected by the
file_exists() (since it's run very early) which is not optimal.
Does anybody know of a workaround to programmatically turn off