PHP Pseudo Compiler is a validation tool for PHP developers (and a quality checker for end users) to locate undefined functions and methods.
This update of the plugin is the last publicly released version. We do not expect to make any serious changes or add new features to it from now on.
We may not always be able to provide prompt support for this plugin on the WordPress.org forums. If you would like to have professional support or extra/custom features, consider buying the Pro version.
PHP Pseudo Compiler is a developer tool. It scans the file you specify and determines whether you have undefined functions or methods.
Why not just run the PHP code, you say? Well, PHP is not a compiled language. It looks for functions during runtime. So if you have a segment of code not covered by your normal testing, and you have an undefined function in there, you will never know of the undefined function until it hits production when the particular conditions activating that particular code segment are met. This tool will prove especially useful during large scale refactoring.
PHP Pseudo Compiler has a beautifully designed admin interface, which is feature-rich, user-friendly and functional. Please visit this fully operational live demo site to see it in action, (and to check your code without installing it locally).
Now available in your language using Google Translate.
In addition to the fully functional Lite version, PHP Pseudo Compiler also has a Pro version with many more features. These features are highlighted by a red icon in the menus of the lite version.
Requires: 4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.2
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Active Installs: 100+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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