[TxMt] New user - PHP question
tom.armitage at gmail.com
Mon Sep 11 09:16:53 UTC 2006
George - if you choose "PHP" from the list of langauges for one PHP
file, they should all, by default, open as PHP. Textmate remembers
your last association for that particular file extension.
On 08/09/06, George Crawford <g.o.crawford at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks. Another stupid newbie question - how do I set the default
> language for new .php files to PHP rather than HTML?
> On 8 Sep 2006, at 15:31, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> > On 8/9/2006, at 15:31, Derek Belrose wrote:
> >> When setting the language to PHP, you get the full range of Syntax
> >> highlighting, code folding, etc. When in HTML mode, you get the
> >> syntax
> >> highlighting, but that's about it.
> > The only thing extra is the PHP folding patterns. Everything else
> > related to PHP is available (and active) when inside a <?php … ?> tag.
> > I will merge the PHP folding patterns so that they are the same
> > (when using HTML as language).
> > For a long time the PHP grammar was not supposed to be used stand-
> > alone (for other than testing "raw" PHP) -- but since so many kept
> > selecting it as top language, I moved matching of <?php … ?> from
> > the HTML grammar to the PHP grammar, so it would work (as people
> > expected), so today the only disadvantage of using PHP as top
> > language is, that one will not get HTML coloring for the stuff
> > outside the <?php … ?> tags.
> > An advantage of using PHP as top language might be that the PHP
> > (source) is not scoped as being "embedded" in HTML (text), so for
> > example if using the All Hallows Eve theme, one will get the normal
> > source code background color (black) rather than the text
> > background color (dark grey) with the "embedded" PHP in a black
> > (very large) box.
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