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How to get filp/whoops to work in Laravel 5.2 or 5.3 - Add this code to your `App\Exceptions\Handler.php` file.
/**
* Create a Symfony response for the given exception.
*
* @param \Exception $e
* @return mixed
*/
protected function convertExceptionToResponse(Exception $e)
{
if (config('app.debug')) {
$whoops = new \Whoops\Run;
$whoops->pushHandler(new \Whoops\Handler\PrettyPageHandler);
return response()->make(
$whoops->handleException($e),
method_exists($e, 'getStatusCode') ? $e->getStatusCode() : 500,
method_exists($e, 'getHeaders') ? $e->getHeaders() : []
);
}
return parent::convertExceptionToResponse($e);
}

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good. thanks!

uchsarath commented Oct 25, 2016 edited

This works really well on 5.3. 1+

pilot911 commented Dec 3, 2016

Thanks! Nice work with Laravel core AuthenticationException

thanks, i hate the default error on laravel 5.3 its super confusing.

Nice Work!

geniusrim commented Sep 26, 2017 edited

Is this work on 5.4? When I use this into test environment it works and the laravel version is 5.4. And I use this to my work environment it doesn't work and the laravel version is 5.4.
And if not how I can use in 5.4?
I really like this so I really want to use in 5.4 :(

devCLT commented Oct 2, 2017

Thanks Alex! I'm using Laravel 5.4.30 (PHP 5.6.30 and Apache ) and it works for me. FYI: After the composer require filp/whoops completed, the messages in my command window mentioned I might want to also require whoops/soap so I also did that....doubt it matters to work on 5.4 but just in case.

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