Here is my problem.
I have a php project with lots of templates in /template folder.
Tons of files in all those templates.
Normal course of action is to ignore the whole folder but (here is the catch) I need to have access to a folder 'default' inside that template.
In vers 5 I could imported that folder but there is no such option in v6.
Anyone have an ideea how to do it?
I am new at the komodo comunity. I get installed the Komodo 6 for Windows at my work.
I want use the Code completion for my projects, so i put the adminfunctions configured the "Php directories" to the properties of the project!
after scanning the files i try the functionality.
Then i get an error after pressing "ctrl+J":
Very basic question I feel a bit silly asking it but I can't find this option in Open Komodo. I am trying to execute my code, in idle you would press F5 or Run Module from the menu.
I can't seem to run a module from within OpenKomodo.
Can anyone help?
i tried to build the openKomodo on my computer. The mozilla-build worked wonderful no error at all.
But now i get this error on the komodo-built. I already asked google for any information, but i really cant find a good hint.
Do you guys have a idea?
Wow, Komodo Edit RC1 loooks absolutely beautiful!!! Really nice job there!!! Now building sites is even more pleaseant!
A added on my constants_css.py this lines:
'word-wrap': """This property specifies whether the UA may break within a word to prevent overflow when an otherwise-unbreakable string is too long to fit within the line box. It only has an effect when 'text-wrap' is either 'normal' or 'suppress'""",
I think this kind important on web-development, maybe can appears as default in komodo next version
Check word-wrap on W3C. http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-text/#wrapping
I don't know if anyone else has tried this.
I'm using an old mac mini ppc box running ubuntu 10.04 and i'm trying to build Open Komodo from source. As there is no prebuilt Python in the mozilla package for this platform, I've directed it to use my python 2.6 as setup by Ubuntu.
After figuring out the packages that I was missing to do the build, I actually got pretty far into the mozilla build. Till it stops with this error message.
I just swapped from Eclipse/PDT, which was fine but to complex and slow for my needs, to Komodo edit. I really like Komodo because the interface is really simple and intuitive and it also has very powerful features that don't let you envy other IDEs. I am just having a little annoyance with the code completion,which is not a big deal but if I can solve it it would be great.
When the code assistant shows me the built-in fuctions of PHP, it doesn't put the double round brackets () if I press ENTER.
Is there a way to solve this annoyance?
Thank you very much
i'd like to know if there is a way to change the indentation code + encoding of ALL the existing files, with a macro or something , instead of doing it by hand one by one ?
I am on Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate.
I have WAMP (latest version) installed and I have the latest version of Komodo Edit (version 5.2.4, build 4343) also installed.
I am in the process of learning PHP Programming, and I therefore would like to setup all the good stuff for PHP on Komodo Edit. I am stuck on the Interpreter.
Where is the PHP Interpreter located ? like I said I have WAMP already installed.
I would greatly appreciate any help.