I have been using same program for some (not very long time), and I find it very useful, although it has some annoying things (inability to work with all kinds of include expressions). Still I think every serious PHP developer should consider using something like this.
Cheers --- On Thu, 3/19/09, Hans Schultz wrote: If someone is still interested in problem I found litle tool that is pretty close to detecting errors in PHP at compile time (compile time aaaarghhh :P). It is Codenizer (http://www.softwarehood.com/Codenizer/), I am still checking it, if someone uses it it would be nice to share experience :) On Wed, 04 Mar 2009 11:03:04 +0100, Hans Schultz wrote: > Concluding, and one idea...I think I received satisfying advices on > everything but first question (Detection of typos and other simple mistakes). > And we were talking also about being able to catch them at compile time, then > if php at all has compile time etc. Today one thing crossed my mind -- if > there is compiler for php maybe it can catch these errors natively, like java > compiler for java? Unfortunatelly there is no recent version available for > windows so I can't test it myself > (http://www.roadsend.com/home/index.php?pageID=compiler). I am interesting if > someone is using it, and if it can detect this simple mistakes (I am using > eclipse + php plugin, but I feel there is something wrong in depending on > editor to detect programming errors :-) ) > Regards to all, > --- On Thu, 2/26/09, Ovidiu Rosoiu wrote: > From: Ovidiu Rosoiu > Subject: Re: [PHP] "use strict" or similar in PHP? > To: "Hans Schultz" > Cc: email@example.com > Date: Thursday, February 26, 2009, 9:14 PM > > Hans Schultz wrote: >> Hello, >> I am beginner with PHP and prior to PHP I have worked with java for some > time >> and with perl for very short period. I can't help to notice some > things that >> are little annoyance for me with PHP, but I am sure someone more > experienced >> can help me :-) >> Is there in PHP something like "use strict" from perl? I find it > pretty >> annoying to need to run script over and over again just to find out that I >> made typo in variable name. >> Is there some way for PHP to cache some data on the page? I like very much >> PHP's speed but it would be even better to be able to cache some > frequently >> used data from database? >> Also regarding databases, I liked a lot java's way of sending data to > database >> using parameters ("select * from user where username = ?" and > then passing >> parameter separately with database doing necessary escaping and > everything). >> Is there something like PHPDBC similar to JDBC? > _________________________________________________________________ News, entertainment and everything you care about at Live.com. Get it now! http://www.live.com/getstarted.aspx -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php