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Where is php phisically installed by "Installed New Software"? [message #1355020] Wed, 14 May 2014 14:33 Go to next message
Marcelo Bilezker is currently offline Marcelo BilezkerFriend
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Registered: May 2014
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I usually use Eclipse, but never had installed it before.

I just installed Eclipse Kepler in a Windows 32 bit os.
I installed de PDT through "Install New Software" , and it seems ok. (Appears in preferences)
But none php executables file appears. IS this ok?

When I intend to run the debugger on a php file, I get from the browser the following message
Error HTTP 404.3 - Not Found
If page is a script, add a controller... " ( i traduced it from Spanish)

So I go to the IIS 7, and try to add a controller as a script, which ask me for the php executable.
But can't finde any php executable on my machine

So the question are:
1) There is a was to avoid all this, and with a magic step make php run after installing the PDT?

2) Where "Install New Software" put phicially php.exe, or cgi-bin.exe or all the fucking (sorry) php files?

3) Do I need to download php, besides installing PDT through "Install New Software" tool?

Re: Where is php phisically installed by "Installed New Software"? [message #1365053 is a reply to message #1355020] Sun, 18 May 2014 20:05 Go to previous message
Daniel Mising name is currently offline Daniel Mising nameFriend
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Registered: April 2011
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Yes, you need to install PHP separately. It is not included with PDT.
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