Am Donnerstag, den 17.12.2009, 15:39 +0100 schrieb Galahad Emsworth:
spir ha scritto il 12/17/2009 11:43 AM:
Galahad Emsworthgalahad.firstname.lastname@example.org dixit:
What do you use as Compile command? Something like: php -l "%f" should work. And be sure to use the Compile command in Geany for the PHP file to get it checked for correct syntax.
I really dont know what command I use, I just click on the icon "Compile" in the toolbar. I gave a glance in Preferences but didnt see the option to insert that command
Build --> Set includes& arguments
php -l "%f" is already present but when an error is present I dont get any indication.
Do you have the messages window enabled in View->Show Message Window?
Actually, when I am trying to compile a php script with an error, the messages window pops up with the compiler tab enabled and shows the error, see . If there isn't any syntactically error in the script and the messages window is not enabled in the View menu, there is just a "Compilation finished successfully" in the status bar. I think this behaviour is okay so far and also can not remember it didn't work any time.
Regarding those screenshots, would it be possible to describe what you expect in more detail?