Commands tagged lint (1)

  • Checks for syntax errors in PHP files modified in current working copy of a Git repository. Show Sample Output


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    git status -s | grep -o ' \S*php$' | while read f; do php -l $f; done
    ruslan · 2013-12-14 11:47:54 2

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