>Note: The PHP 4 method of declaring a variable >with the var keyword is no longer valid for PHP 5 >objects. For compatibility a variable declared in >php will be assumed with public visibility, and a >E_STRICT warning will be issued.
The visibility of a property or method can be defined by prefixing the declaration with the keywords: public, protected or private.
Very exciting, isn't it ?
But Dev PHP doesn't interpret those tags as variables in the class browser
I think devphp3 is essentially dead; I know, it sucks... it was fun while it lasted, and I still think its better than devphp2, but thats another story...
Too bad development has stopt on devphp3. I use it still for my own dev work. But as there is no real progress, I'm looking for a replacement. Maybe Eclipse.. A great IDE, but the best about devphp is that it's a good editor and not a bloated IDE.
Oups i doesn t take care about the date of last version.
you know, I used to think the same thing of eclipse, until I really sat down and tried it, and you know, its not that bad.
Then again, I do miss some of the simplicity of devphp.
You're right. As it seems, devphp3 is a dead end. And Eclipse is the best replacement, as far a I know.
If I find som time I give it a try.
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