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tidy::$errorBuffer

tidy_get_error_buffer

(PHP 5, PECL tidy >= 0.5.2)

tidy::$errorBuffer -- tidy_get_error_bufferReturn warnings and errors which occurred parsing the specified document

Description

Object oriented style (property):

Procedural style:

string tidy_get_error_buffer ( tidy $tidy )

Returns warnings and errors which occurred parsing the specified document.

Parameters

tidy

The Tidy object.

Return Values

Returns the error buffer as a string.

Examples

Example #1 tidy_get_error_buffer() example

<?php
$html 
'<p>paragraph</p>';

$tidy tidy_parse_string($html);

echo 
tidy_get_error_buffer($tidy);
/* or in OO: */
echo $tidy->errorBuffer;
?>

The above example will output:

line 1 column 1 - Warning: missing <!DOCTYPE> declaration
line 1 column 1 - Warning: inserting missing 'title' element

See Also

  • tidy_access_count() - Returns the Number of Tidy accessibility warnings encountered for specified document
  • tidy_error_count() - Returns the Number of Tidy errors encountered for specified document
  • tidy_warning_count() - Returns the Number of Tidy warnings encountered for specified document
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david dot tulloh at infaze dot com dot au
9 years ago
The following line will convert string error into a two dimensional array containing the components from the error string for each line.  It will match Error, Warning, Info and Access error types.  You can then do something useful with the output.

<?php
preg_match_all
('/^(?:line (\d+) column (\d+) - )?(\S+): (?:\[((?:\d+\.?){4})]:)
?(.*?)$/m'
, $tidy->errorBuffer, $tidy_errors, PREG_SET_ORDER);
?>

And a small tip, always run the error messages through htmlentities when outputting to convert the tags in the error to a viewable form.
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