Re: Php and text highlighting
- --- In email@example.com, "lm_hamilton" <lmh@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Chuck Anderson" <hairtwoday@> wrote:
> > Are there any other Php users out there that have found a way to get
> > text-highlighting to behave when authoring Php. I am happy with the
> > way it works in most cases, but >'s can throw the highlighting off. I
> > have resorted to adding comments into my Php (e.g., //<n) to get
> > highlighting to revert back to what it should be.
> If all you want is HTML highlighting of a file with the php extension,
> you can add php, php3, phtml, etc. to the recognized HTML files.
Yes. I'm already doing that. I mix Php and HTML in the same file,
and usually the highlighting works ok.
> If you want to use NoteTab to generate a file with true PHP syntaxHighlighting".
> highlighting, I created a clip to send a file to the default web
> browser and display the PHP source code with PHP syntax highlighting.
> Note: This clip requires that you have PHP installed. It also has the
> path to PHP hard-coded, so it may require editing for your system.
> You can find that clip on my NoteTab Clips page here:
> It is the first clip on the page, and is called "PHP Syntax
>Interesting ... using the built-in Php highlighting. I've played with
> I also have a page with PHP tips:
a that a bit myself.
It is within the editor that I want to have highlighting function
correctly. Perhaps I am just begging the question - when could I
really expect to see version 5 (if at all)?