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Open declaration don't open file in write mode [message #1826257] Wed, 22 April 2020 09:18 Go to next message
Andre DELACHARLERIE is currently offline Andre DELACHARLERIEFriend
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In the Eclipse version I used previously (Oxygen.3A), a click on "Open Declaration" opened the necessary file and positioned on the declaration.
The current version (2020-03) still does this BUT the file is now in "read only" mode.
So making a correction in the code is no longer possible without closing and re-opening the file and repositioning it in the right place.

Is there a parameter to always open the file pointed to in "write" mode?
If not, is there a way to switch easily from "read only" to "read and write" ?

Re: Open declaration don't open file in write mode [message #1831985 is a reply to message #1826257] Fri, 04 September 2020 08:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Yuga P is currently offline Yuga PFriend
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You can use the following syntax
fopen ( string $filename , string $mode [, bool $use_include_path = FALSE [, resource $context ]] ) : resource
where fopen() binds a resource name
Re: Open declaration don't open file in write mode [message #1832984 is a reply to message #1831985] Wed, 30 September 2020 10:42 Go to previous message
Mark Smith is currently offline Mark SmithFriend
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fopen(filename, mode, include_path, context)
OR
fopen ( string $filename , string $mode [, bool $use_include_path = FALSE [, resource $context ]] ) : resource
fopen() binds a named resource, specified by filename, to a stream.

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