Re: [NTB] Php 5 upgrade questions
- View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alec Burgess\(g\)" <buralex@...> wrote:
> Hi Chuck:Thanks for the reply.
> 1) Sorry - no changes to syntax highlighting for php or anything elseWell, ... I really did mean Php. NoteTab highlights HTML just fine,
> 1a) btw. its NTB (for NoteTaB) not Php
but when it's mixed with Php there are problems I wish this would
have been addressed. The only think I've noticed that interests me is
Thanks for the info on running both and upgrading. I suppose I'll at
least check out the trial version.
> Regards ... Alec
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Chuck Anderson" <hairtwoday@...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2006 6:49 PM
> Subject: [NTB] Php 5 upgrade questions
> > I am anxious to try out (and purchase a registration for) the new
> > version of Php 5. I have been anxiously awaiting this release (for
> > years?).
> > 1. My main interest is in improved syntax highlighting for Php. I see
> > nothing in the release notes concerning this, so I do not know if
> > there is improved syntax highlighting for Php. Does anyone know?
> > 2. Can I install and run both versions of Php (4.95 and 5.0) at the
> > same time? I realize that only one can be the default program for the
> > file extensions I have specified, but I want to know if I can install
> > 5.0 and take it for a spin around the block while keeping 4.95
> > installed and working as is. If I have any problems I'll want to
> > revert back without delay. If both can be installed, can they both be
> > open at the same time?
> > 3. I understand how to move clips (from the library folder of 4.95 to
> > the library folder of 5.0, I presume), but how do I move all of my
> > other settings? Are they all in NotePro.ini? Can I simply move
> > (copy) that file into the new Php5 top level folder? Are there any
> > other setting that I will want to move?