On 10-08-2011, at 16:54, Daevid Vincent wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Camilo Sperberg [mailto:unrea...@gmail.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 5:27 PM
>> For the first one, it may be that zend studio does have an internal script
>> to do the job. Check the general preferences tab, template stuff.
> Nope. Nothing there. Those templates are for when you create new blurbs of
> code, not modifying existing code.
> There is a formatter however, sadly it doesn't have an option to force these
> (you'd think that would be the perfect place to do this too huh.) In fact, I
> posted this here:
That is sad to hear, I have never done the same thing you are now, but I
thought it could help.
> Many people mistakenly think that short version is going to be deprecated
> away. It is not. The PHP Devs have already clarified only the "<?" version
> is, not this one.
I had no idea, I thought short tags also implied short if-else, short echo and
so on, good to know that, thanks for the clarification ;)
>> Second question: zend studio displays all variables used by a script by
>> clicking the arrow next to te file name.
> I've used ZS for 4+ years now, and comicaly have never even used those
> little down arrows next to a file. HAHAH! Good to know. Although it is a
> little strange as they seem to only be where you use a "=" assignment. It
> doesn't know about "->" or other instances of that variable (like if you
> echo it or something). But still could prove useful.
Eclipse/Zend Studio is so full of options that you can miss a lot of them.
Another downside of the little arrow thing is that it doesn't recognize arrays,
which is obvious because arrays can only be read on runtime, well, same thing
>> If you want to display it in runtime, you can: print_r($GLOBALS);
> Whoa nelly! That prints out WAAAAAAY too much information ;-)
> But thanks. Not sure why I didn't think of that one. Maybe because at one
> time I did use it, got sensory overload from the amount of data it spews to
> the page, and then blocked it out of my mind for future use. :)
Yeah I know it displays a lot of information, but I use it sometimes and it's
the only way I know to display all variables, arrays and stuff in a neat and
nice way. You can also install xDebug and use the included debugger in ZS, but
sometimes using a simple print_r is faster.
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