AW: [thelist] is there a client side php validator?

CV cervantes_vive at
Thu Oct 31 08:34:01 CST 2002

For editors I like Komodo ( It
has on the fly syntax checking.

For a release I have script that runs

php -l <filename>

for all  php files among other things. It will do a
syntax check and catch blatant errors.

 --- Eike Pierstorff <eike.pierstorff at>
escribió: > > Validator like w3c's html and css
> >
> > Not my server, so I can't install anything (like
> DBG) on the
> > server. Looking
> > for something that'll parse a PHP file and find
> missing semicolons and the
> > like.
> Maguma Studio Light (, free). It's not
> a validator, it's a
> pretty bad php editor, but it will parse your files
> and show errors with
> line numbers. And you can use dbg with Maguma
> (doesn't need a web server,
> just the php windows binary).
> -- eike
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