[MonoDevelop] PHP Language Bindings
Victor Rafael Rivarola Soerensen (FANATICO y LOCO por Cristo)
vrrivaro at gmail.com
Sat Sep 23 17:55:25 EDT 2006
2006/9/18, Lluis Sanchez <lluis at ximian.com>:
> Hey Baris,
> > Hi;
> > I'm working on PHP Language Bindings for MD.
> That's very good news!
Indeed it is!
> > * Directory tree: Browsing the directories in MD is not very efficient.
> > You can't point the sub directory, without changing the current
> > directory. A directory tree in new nautilus list view would be really
> > helpful, to open sub directories in threaded view and choosing files
> > from there. That might even reported as bug, have to admit that I
> > haven't checked it. C# codes might need it, but big PHP projects
> > definately need that. Because you mostly need to work with parallel in
> > one directory you keep HTML Templates, and in one directory you keep
> > sctipts, and you need to switch between them very often. For that reason
> > do you think that it's just a PHP necessity or should go into Core?
> I'm wondering if you should use the solution view instead of the file
> view. That is, if all those template and scripts belong to a project,
> won't they be in the project directory?
Not necesarily. For security reasons, it is recoomended that templates
and other files referred ttoo by the scripts be kept outside the web
server's document root. This makes it more dificult (it is sill
possible) for some cracker to deface your site.
On the other hand, that same recomendation would be in place for
ASP.NET...for it is a recomendation for the web programing technology,
not for a particular implementation of it.
Jesus bless you,
"Por cuanto eres tibio, y no frío ni caliente, te vomitaré de mi boca."
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