PHP: Disable output buffering for the CLI

When writing a PHP application that's going to be run from the CLI often you will want to disable output buffering. With output buffering enabled you will not see any output until your terminal buffer (usually 1k or 4k) fills up . This is accomplished with the following PHP code at the beginning of your script:

ob_get_flush();


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