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Disable WordPress' built-in fatal error handler on development #434

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commented May 9, 2019

This was brought up in Slack. Not only is the error handler somewhat redundant, it is also producing some not so wanted behavior such as sending out emails to the admin email when an error occurs which could be rather intrusive if you have a mail server present on the development environment as it could potentially push an email to a client, etc.

@retlehs retlehs merged commit 3045d83 into roots:master May 14, 2019

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