[TxMt] PHP vs XHTML?

Sean Schertell sean at datafly.net
Wed Nov 1 01:25:03 UTC 2006

Thanks for the tip Soryu but I'm a little confused. I should use the  
HTML bundle instead of the XHTML bundle when I'm editing XHTML? One  
thing I noticed straight away is that when I use the Ctl-Return  
shortcut for a line break, I get the old "<br>" instead of XHTML  
valid "<br />".

Surely, it's not an unusual requirement to edit documents with XHTML  
and PHP in them -- is there really no way to get TM to play nice with  
this combination?


On Oct 31, 2006, at 10:27 PM, Soryu wrote:

> On 31.10.2006, at 12:32, Sean Schertell wrote:
>> Quick dumb question:
>> Why is it that when I select "XHTML" bundle, I get no PHP  
>> highlighting at all, and when I select "PHP" bundle, I get no HTML  
>> highlighting at all?
> You should use the “HTML” language grammar. PHP is an extension to  
> this and gets included automatically. I’ve never used the “XHTML”  
> Language (which is in the HTML bundle). If you think anything does  
> not work well with the Language set to “HTML” just write back here.  
> Also you might be wanting to set the “TM_XHTML” Shell variable to  
> “/” in TextMate General Preferences when you are only working with  
> Kind regards,
> Soryu.
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