When working with SciTE and PHP, soon I saw a necessity: Open my PHP files through the webserver, not just open the file as-is.
I try to write a bash script to do that, but I get bored of this and make it with PHP.
So, I began to read about Lua and I think "Why not?"
So, there is !
function openbrowser() local f = props['FilePath'] local s,e,path,file = string.find(f,'^(/var/www/)(.*)') if path == '/var/www/' then target = ("http://10.132.1.18/" .. file) firefox = ('mozilla-firefox ' .. target .. ' &') print("Opening " .. target) --print(firefox) os.execute(firefox) else print("You must put your php files under /var/www in order to run them.") end end
I saved this file as
localhost.lua, loaded it with my Lua startup file and put theses lines on my SciTE User Config:
(On my machine, the webserver root is
/var/www. Note that this can be different on your own computer).