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PHP syntax checker to BBEdit--not working for me more info
Authored by: MtnBiker on Jun 10, '03 07:05:07PM

But then I don't have a folder /usr -> local -> bin -> php.

I have files in /usr -> local -> bin, but no php folder. PHP works on may machine as I'm running a server which seems to work.

PHP Version 4.1.2 per phpinfo

Hermosa Beach, CA USA

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Authored by: jecwobble on Jun 11, '03 10:08:43AM
This script (I haven't tried it yet) uses the comman line PHP binary application which, when installed, is typically stored in your /usr/local/bin directory. Your web server is using (I assume) the PHP module for Apache. You won't automatically have the binary just because you have the module. The binary will need to be enable when PHP is made from source.

I have Apples Apache 1.x with Marc Liyanage's PHP module, which doesn't come with the binary version.

I recently installed Apache 2 and PHP 4 from Server Logistics. In the download section for their precompiled PHP 4 module is an optional link to download the PHP binary which, as they claim, only works with their PHP module package. I installed it, too, and it works as advertised from the Terminal.

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