On 7/6/10, Per Jessen wrote:
> It really is _only_ the syntax. Same goes for e.g. the C lint -

Sorry, but that's not what I remember from my C days, nor what wikipedia
says "lint was the name originally given to a particular program that
flagged some suspicious and non-portable constructs (likely to be bugs)
in C language source code." In fact, what would be the point of a C lint
that does that? It's already done by the parsing/syntactical analysis
part of the compiler, there'd be no point writing a separate program
(lint) to do that.

Anyway, yeah, I accept that that (syntax checking only) is what php -l
does, even if I think it's wrong, or at least incorrectly described :)

> --
> Per Jessen, Zürich (24.2°C)

It feels warmer than that today. Maybe it's because my code isn't
working X(

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