[Bug 76318] executing a php script does not update the PHP page

Marco Krohn marco.krohn at gmx.de
Sat Feb 28 11:19:04 UTC 2004

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------- Additional Comments From marco.krohn gmx de  2004-02-28 11:18 -------
I am using the source code php from new project->simple php script. All my 
modification were in the line that contains the echo "hello world". And yes, 
I saved the file before execution. The PHP page does not change. 

Using a konqueror and reloading does work. Closing the phptest.php and opening 
again followed by "run" does work.

If you don't see this bug, it might be a problem with my setup. I 
created /var/www/phptest, and linked /var/www/phptest/index.php 
-> /home/krohn/phptest/phptest.php

Then I used the following settings in the "PHP settings" dialog:

* invocation: using an existing webserver
* webserver: URL on webserver: http://localhost/phptest
    file: index.php
* Shell: php executable: /usr/bin/php4   (debian/testing)

To be on the save side I just tested that preloading of the browser doesn't 
have an effect (I did this because preloading of konqueror can cause bugs 
when dealing with bookmarks)

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