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Get Notice and Warning without Debugging [message #1247235] Sun, 16 February 2014 00:56
Sebastian Brandner is currently offline Sebastian Brandner
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Registered: February 2014
Location: Austria
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Hi!


I'm currently searching for a few hours but i can't find any solution.
Is it possible to check the php code while you type?

If i run my test.php via cli i get the expected warnings.
     $ php -f test.php 
     1234
     PHP Notice:  Undefined variable: nonInitializedVar in Test/test.php on line 7
     PHP Stack trace:
     PHP   1. {main}() Test/test.php:0

     Notice: Undefined variable: nonInitializedVar in Test/test.php on line 7

     Call Stack:
         0.0003     225152   1. {main}() Test/test.php:0


It would be nice if you get the warning displayed in eclipse, maybe in the problems tab or the variable is underlined inside the editor.


Any solution for this?


(atm i don't want to use the debugging feature with breakpoints, only syntax checking of the files)


kr
sebastian
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