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PHPKitchen:
PHP Gets a Respectable Shell At Last
May 08, 2006 @ 06:49:19

On PHPKitchen today, Demian Turner has posted this interesting item about an improved "PHP shell" that has been developed by Jan Kneschke.

For the last few years I've been trying to build the considerable patience required to use the default shell available in PHP. If you have any parse errors, it dies, and of course you have to keep typing "

Jan's version is a considerable improvement, and although it doesn't yet handle up-arrow for previous LOC or back-arrow in case you type your parentheses first and want to fill in the variables after, it's a welcome relief to work with. I'm sure it will delay the capitulation when you give up and create a stupid file and request it in a browser just to test some little PHP detail.

You can check out the details here or just download the files directly from here

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