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#1 2004-03-07 12:22:53

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gPHPEdit

http://www.gphpedit.org/

This is a nice php IDE. I use it and I'll like to find into pacman repository.

Apache
PHP with php-cli (not yet present)
MySQL (and Postgre)
gPHPEdit
GD libs
PEAR extensions
A good browser like Mozilla and Firefox
MyPHPAdmin

Are all the tools nedeed for a LAMP development Linux Box.

Like I wrote I've started just yesterday with this wonderful distro.
And can't wait to learn how to install and build packages by myself and for the repository, but until that day I'm obliged to post here...

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Bye.
Mr. Mechano

#2 2004-03-08 01:00:04

neri
Forum Fellow
From: Victoria, Canada
Registered: 2003-05-04
Posts: 552

Re: gPHPEdit

Hi Mr. Mechano,

Mr. Mechano wrote:

http://www.gphpedit.org/
This is a nice php IDE. I use it and I'll like to find into pacman repository.
Apache
PHP with php-cli (not yet present)
MySQL (and Postgre)
gPHPEdit
GD libs
PEAR extensions
A good browser like Mozilla and Firefox
MyPHPAdmin

Are all the tools nedeed for a LAMP development Linux Box.

Like I wrote I've started just yesterday with this wonderful distro.
And can't wait to learn how to install and build packages by myself and for the repository, but until that day I'm obliged to post here...

--
Bye.
Mr. Mechano

As Xentac wrote in the other post, php-cli is in php package. Arch doesn't
split up to much to keep things simple. As well gd and pear are in php, already.

Being involved with a PHP-project lately, i mostly used Scite. However,
gphpedit looks promising. But for me it has still some major bugs and
annoyances in its configuration. Anyway with a little hands on it's possible
to get it working. I just dont wanna add it to the official repos (read 'extra')
now.
Since TURs are under reconstruction currently, there is no testing
playground. Therefore, I uploaded my packages here:
ftp://ftp.archlinux.org/incoming/gtksci … pkg.tar.gz
and here:
ftp://ftp.archlinux.org/incoming/gphped … pkg.tar.gz

gtkscintilla2 is a dependency, so download both files, and install the
manually via:
pacman -A gtkscintilla2-0.1.0-1.pkg.tar.gz
pacman -A gphpedit-0.9.6-1.pkg.tar.gz
from your download-directory.

Please try and test it and send replies to this forum or tobias@archlinux.org
All php hackers should have alook on it, and help to get it better.

The interest in this project is purely coincident, since the software seems to
be useful for my daily jobs. I can't provide that for all requested packages
:cry:

bye neri

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#3 2004-03-09 09:58:15

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Re: gPHPEdit

neri wrote:

Hi Mr. Mechano,

As Xentac wrote in the other post, php-cli is in php package. Arch doesn't
split up to much to keep things simple. As well gd and pear are in php, already.

I've launched it but it's not on the path...
Maybe I had to search for it...

neri wrote:

Being involved with a PHP-project lately, i mostly used Scite. However,
gphpedit looks promising. But for me it has still some major bugs and
annoyances in its configuration. Anyway with a little hands on it's possible
to get it working. I just dont wanna add it to the official repos (read 'extra')
now.

On a RPM based distro works perfectly, and the 0.9.x of gPHPEdit is finally stable and with all the most useful features.

neri wrote:

Since TURs are under reconstruction currently, there is no testing
playground. Therefore, I uploaded my packages here:
ftp://ftp.archlinux.org/incoming/gtksci … pkg.tar.gz
and here:
ftp://ftp.archlinux.org/incoming/gphped … pkg.tar.gz

gtkscintilla2 is a dependency, so download both files, and install the
manually via:
pacman -A gtkscintilla2-0.1.0-1.pkg.tar.gz
pacman -A gphpedit-0.9.6-1.pkg.tar.gz
from your download-directory.

Please try and test it and send replies to this forum or tobias@archlinux.org
All php hackers should have alook on it, and help to get it better.

Thank you very much. I'll try soon.

--
Bye
Mr. Mechano

#4 2004-03-09 10:44:44

neri
Forum Fellow
From: Victoria, Canada
Registered: 2003-05-04
Posts: 552

Re: gPHPEdit

Hi,

Mr. Mechano wrote:
neri wrote:

As Xentac wrote in the other post, php-cli is in php package. Arch doesn't
split up to much to keep things simple. As well gd and pear are in php, already.

I've launched it but it's not on the path...
Maybe I had to search for it...

php -v at the console will tell you that this is cli. Since we enable apxs in
php's configure the cli version instead of the cgi is shipped.
It's default since 4.2 or 4.3, don't remember excatly

Mr. Mechano wrote:
neri wrote:

Being involved with a PHP-project lately, i mostly used Scite. However,
gphpedit looks promising. But for me it has still some major bugs and
annoyances in its configuration. Anyway with a little hands on it's possible
to get it working. I just dont wanna add it to the official repos (read 'extra')
now.

On a RPM based distro works perfectly, and the 0.9.x of gPHPEdit is finally stable and with all the most useful features.

Well, there were a couple of things. It is a gnome program. Therefore, install
will go consequently to /opt/gnome. While configure works well to direct
the install, some search pathes, such as the one for the api-tooltips file,
are hardcoded! in the source. They have to be tweaked, to make it working.
When installed to /usr, which is default, you wont see that.
Another thing is that you can set your fonts, though it won't inherit the
fontsettings from the default. Fontsize setting for the line numbers won't
work. I consider those glitches to bee from the source, not from the build.
Version 0.9.6 isn't really what i expect it to be.

Btw. Please register to the forum and leave an email. Just Makes things
easier.

bye neri

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#5 2004-03-14 09:27:09

Moo-Crumpus
Member
From: Hessen / Germany
Registered: 2003-12-01
Posts: 1,441

Re: gPHPEdit

Your Packages do fine!


Frumpus addict
[mu'.krum.pus], [frum.pus]

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#6 2004-03-14 12:13:28

neri
Forum Fellow
From: Victoria, Canada
Registered: 2003-05-04
Posts: 552

Re: gPHPEdit

Pink Chick wrote:

Your Packages do fine!

Hi Pink Chick,

Aurelien just wrote me about some other glitches which is by the way kinda
similar to the one noted above. This first bug detected seems not to be fixed
in the release which just came out.
Maybe this afternoon I will find some time to go into details how i can make
a working package for AL. I still don't wanna have it in extra, the PKGBUILD
is just a bit to messy. Now when TUR is up again, maybe one of the TU's?

This time I will provide PKGBUILDs and all stuff according to the rules. My
fault I didn't do the last time.

bye neri

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#7 2004-03-16 09:29:05

neri
Forum Fellow
From: Victoria, Canada
Registered: 2003-05-04
Posts: 552

Re: gPHPEdit

Hi,

gphpedit and its dependency gtkscintilla2 is in extra now. My blues with the
package was mainly based on pathing issues which are simply ignored by
configure. They are manually fixed now and should be working. My test have
been promising so far. Any problems should go to our bugtracker now when
you come accross with.

bye neri

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