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Re: opening php file error

From: George Herson <gherson@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 07 Aug 2002 20:14:06 -0400
Message-ID: <3D51B7CE.6060300@snet.net>
To: Richard Davis <RichardD@pcanz.org.nz>
CC: "'www-amaya@w3.org'" <www-amaya@w3.org>

I can edit a local php file with my Amaya (v6.1 rpm (Linux)) if I rename it so 
it has a .txt extension.  Otherwise, if the file has a .php extension, Amaya 
interprets the file to be plain html, and so doesn't show its <?php ?> sections.

(So i've been using Vim 6.1 w/color syntax hightlighting to edit my .php files. 
(But i'm also working on a .html->.php literate programming system. I'll post 
here when i have a decent version ready.))

To edit files on the server, i think WebDAV can help you there, but i wouldn't 
be the one to help you because I haven't used it yet.

george

Richard Davis wrote:
> 
> 
> 
> I having trouble with Amaya. I have looked at the lists and FAQ and my
> question is not quite answered there (as far as I can tell).
> 
> We use a combination of HTML and PHP pages on our website. We want to know
> whether we can edit *.php files with Amaya. When I try to open them I get a
> message which reads: "Not Well-Formed XML document - Reload as HTML or show
> Parsing errors?" If I load as HTML then my php coding is stripped out. If I
> show errors then I cannot see anything in the WYSIWYG window, but can edit
> the code. Do I have errors in my php files, which if corrected would enable
> me to open them in Amaya, or can't it handle PHP yet?
> 
> Richard Davis 
> Communications Advisor and Webmaster
> Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand
> PO Box 9049, Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand 
> Phone: +64-4-381 8285  Fax: +64-4-801 6001 
> http://www.presbyterian.org.nz/
> 
> 
> 
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