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DebuggingEdit

DEBUGEdit

DEBUG Versions: v0.8 and before
Description: The DEBUG option was used to control debug output given by Zoph during execution. As of Zoph 0.8.1 this option has been replaced by LOG_ALWAYS and LOG_SUBJECT, which allow more granular control over what is displayed and what not.
Default: 0
Options: 0: no debugging. 1 and up, show debugging information.
Example: define('DEBUG', 5);


An extensive explanation of Zoph's logging system can be found in Logging in Zoph 0.8.1 and later.

LOG_ALWAYSEdit

LOG_ALWAYS Versions: v0.8.1 and later
Description: This option controls how much debug information is showed. Zoph will show you the severity you configure and everything worse than that. So if you configure log::ERROR, you will see ERROR and FATAL messages and if you configure log::DEBUG, you will see all messages.
Default: log::FATAL
Options: See log severity below.
Example: define('LOG_ALWAYS', log::ERROR);


LOG_SUBJECTEdit

LOG_SUBJECT Versions: v0.8.1 and later
Description: This option, together with LOG_SEVERITY enables you to have granular control over which messages are displayed. With LOG_SUBJECT you configure on which subject you would like to see logging.
Default: log::NONE
Options: See log subjects below. You can combine subjects with | (or) and ~ (not).
Example:

Display all messages which indicate an error or a fatal error, regarding the translation of Zoph or images:

define('LOG_SEVERITY', log::ERROR);
define('LOG_SUBJECT', log::LANG | log::IMG);

Display all messages, except debug-level messages, except those regarding SQL queries:

define('LOG_SEVERITY', log::NOTIFY);
define('LOG_SUBJECT', log::ALL | ~log::SQL);

Display all messages, except those regarding redirects or the database connection:

define('LOG_SEVERITY', log::DEBUG);
define('LOG_SUBJECT', log::ALL ~(log::REDIRECT | log::DB));


LOG_SEVERITYEdit

LOG_SEVERITY Versions: v0.8.1 and later
Description: This option, together with LOG_SUBJECT enables you to have granular control over which messages are displayed. With LOG_SEVERITY you configure how much debug information is showed. The difference with LOG_ALWAYS is, that the messages are only shown for the subject you have configured in LOG_SUBJECT. Zoph will show you the severity you configure and everything worse than that. So if you configure log::ERROR, you will see ERROR and FATAL messages and if you configure log::DEBUG, you will see all messages.
Default: log::NONE
Options: See log severity below.
Example: define('LOG_SEVERITY', log::NOTIFY);


Log SeverityEdit

Severity indications
log::DEBUG Debugging messages, Zoph gives information about what it's doing.
log::NOTIFY Notification about something that is happening which is influencing Zoph's program flow
log::WARN Warning about something that is happening
log::ERROR Error condition, something has gone wrong, but Zoph can recover
log::FATAL Fatal error, something has gone wrong and Zoph needs to stop execution of the current script.
log::NONE Do not display any messages

Log subjectsEdit

Message subjects
log::ALL All messages
log::VARS Messages regarding setting of variables
log::LANG Messages regarding the translation of Zoph
log::LOGIN Messages regarding the Login procedure
log::REDIRECT Messages regarding redirection
log::DB Messages regarding the database connection
log::SQL Messages regarding SQL Queries
log::XML Messages regarding XML creation
log::IMG Messages regarding image creation
log::IMPORT Messages regarding the import functions
log::GENERAL Other messages
log::NONE No messages.

Resized image generationEdit

Zoph automatically creates thumbnails and medium sized ('mid') images during import. To influence this proces, you can edit the following parameters:

THUMB_SIZEEdit

THUMB_SIZE Versions: All versions
Description: Maximum width or height of thumbnails
Default: 120
Options: Maximum width/height in pixels
Example: define('THUMB_SIZE', 120);


MID_SIZEEdit

MID_SIZE Versions: All versions
Description: Maximum width or height of 'mid' sized images
Default: 480
Options: Maximum width/height in pixels
Example: define('MID_SIZE', 480);


THUMB_PREFIXEdit

THUMB_PREFIX Versions: All versions
Description: Prefix of the filenames for the thumbnails.
Default: thumb
Options: Do not make this string empty!
Example: define('THUMB_PREFIX', 'thumb');


MID_PREFIXEdit

MID_PREFIX Versions: All versions
Description: Prefix of the filenames for the 'mid' sized images.
Default: thumb
Options: Do not make this string empty!
Example: define('MID_PREFIX', 'mid');


Database configurationEdit

Before 0.8.2, the database settings were set in config.inc.php (for the web interface) and .zophrc (CLI interface), as of Zoph 0.8.2, these settings are all made in zoph.ini.