Kit not highlighting some php mysqli function calls

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    ginerjm, 6th Sep 2012 4:53 pm

    testing to see if I can now post.

    • ginerjm, 6th Sep 2012 4:59 pm

      OK - I was finally successful (IE9 compatibility modes was stopping me.)

      As the subject says - some php code is not being displayed properly in Html-Kit Version 20120801

      I have calls to the following:
      mysqli_stmt_init
      mysqli_stmt_prepare
      mysqli_stmt_bind_param
      mysqli_stmt_bind_result
      mysqli_stmt_fetch

      all of which fail to be 'highlighted' in my code.

      Conversely the following:
      mysqli_stmt_error
      mysqli_query
      mysqli_fetch_array
      mysqli_execute
      mysqli_stmt_close
      All display fine - with the bold highlighting that all of my other PHP code has.

      These statements are valid php calls, so what gives? Obviously I'm having trouble getting my code to work or I wouldn't care. My thinking is that perhaps HTML-Kit is so clever it sees something I'm doing wrong and refusing to recognize my php code :)

      • HTML-Kit Support, 7th Sep 2012 6:15 pm

        On 9/6/2012 4:59 PM, ginerjm wrote:

        OK - I was finally successful (IE9 compatibility modes was stopping me.)

        Thank you for the follow-up!

        As the subject says - some php code is not being displayed properly
        in Html-Kit Version 20120801

        I have calls to the following:
        mysqli_stmt_init
        mysqli_stmt_prepare
        mysqli_stmt_bind_param
        mysqli_stmt_bind_result
        mysqli_stmt_fetch

        all of which fail to be 'highlighted' in my code.

        Conversely the following:
        mysqli_stmt_error
        mysqli_query
        mysqli_fetch_array
        mysqli_execute
        mysqli_stmt_close
        All display fine - with the bold highlighting that all of my other PHP code has.

        These statements are valid php calls, so what gives? Obviously I'm
        having trouble getting my code to work or I wouldn't care. My
        thinking is that perhaps HTML-Kit is so clever it sees something I'm
        doing wrong and refusing to recognize my php code :)

        I've added these to the internal build which will be included in the
        next update. These function names had aliases and that may have been the
        reason they got overlooked.

        PHP has over 1000 built-in functions so I wouldn't be surprised if a few
        more are missing :) so please let me know if you see any others.

        Thank you!

        Chami