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[PHP-DEV] pfpro issuing E_ERROR when E_WARNING would be more appropriate
ext/pfpro/pfpro.c has several php_error_docref() calls (particularly in
pfpro_process) which issue E_ERROR (Fatal Errors/Non-recoverable) in
situations where an E_WARNING would seem more appropriate (as it would allow
the calling script to recover and continue.
Is there a particular reason a fatal error would be thrown in this case?
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