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  • Plugin Author apfelbox

    (@apfelbox)

    Hi Jacob,

    yes, I am planning to add PHP support too.
    I will release a new version of the plugin this weekend, and the PHP support will be included.

    Regards
    Jannik

    Plugin Author apfelbox

    (@apfelbox)

    I just saw: the PHP extension has some modifications for the themes, too.

    I want to implement it properly, so that additional languages can be loaded quite easy. So I will have to postpone the next update until the end of next week.

    It will include a proper extension loader and make loading the correct files quite easy.

    Not a problem, thanks for keepign me posted.

    Plugin Author apfelbox

    (@apfelbox)

    Ok, I just released v1.3
    I refactored the most part of the plugin, but now I introduced a new system, which makes it quite easy to include extensions.

    Please test it out and keep me posted, whether everything is working as expected.

    I also created and included a plugin containing the PHP language, but it seems kind of broken: it double encodes every entity, it transforms every $this->test() into $this->().

    It seems that the actual PHP plugin is the cause of it, since it works fine, if it is deactivated.

    Plugin Author apfelbox

    (@apfelbox)

    (PS: don’t miss to check the new (cached) assets loader out. It can improve the overall loading performance of your site, if you are using a lot of prism extensions in the plugin)

    Excellent. I’ve tested it out and it appears to be working excellently thank you.

    Have a look at an example here http://www.jacobtomlinson.co.uk/2012/09/11/ajax-database-tooltip/

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