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Author Topic: CPMfetch call problem: autoformatting/breaking by open source editors - help pls  (Read 2430 times)

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kwszp

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In my index.php code  (www.kwszp.info) I have cpmfetch call in canonical form:
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<?php include_once "./galeria/cpmfetch/cpmfetch.php";
$objCpm = new cpm("./galeria/cpmfetch/cpmfetch_config.php");
$objCpm->cpm_viewLastAddedMedia(47);
$objCpm->cpm_close(); ?>

So far I've been editing using Kompozer and it worked, but as this editor is causing some annoyances, I decided to try alternatives.
It appeared however that both BlueGriffon and SeaMonkey treat that block in 'specific' way: immediately upon opening the file, the code is formatted to:

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<!--?php include_once "./galeria/cpmfetch/cpmfetch.php";
$objCpm = new cpm("./galeria/cpmfetch/cpmfetch_config.php");
$objCpm--->cpm_viewLastAddedMedia(4, 7);
$objCpm-&gt;cpm_close(); ?&gt;

I've found some references to the issue, but nobody seemed to mentioned it here, so my question:
is there something wrong with the code (or its use), or what (simple) editor is appropriate for the job?

Many thanks

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notepad++ should do the trick.

http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
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The code is of course fine, your editor doesn't like PHP - and from the board you provided the link to - seems they have no desire to...

I've used HAPEdit for almost a decade now: http://hapedit.free.fr/ - HTML ASP PHP Editor.
Doesn't seem to have much support left - no upgrades in a while - but I've used the same version with WinXP, WinMe, WinVista, and Win7.  Some newer PHP functions it doesn't give hints for - but still works well.
The only replacements it makes automatically on document opening is replacing tabs with spaces. Never caused me an issue.

I will be downloading Phil's suggestion of Notepad ++ and comparing when I can.
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