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Codenizer 2009

Tool for analysis of PHP scripts, similar to "use strict" rules from perl

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  • Last Updated: Sep 4, 2012
  • License: Demo $34.99 Buy
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Codenizer is a Development software developed by softwarehood.com. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Codenizer:

BS Editor: Codenizer is software tool for PHP developers. Codenizer is used for analyzing and validating code. This means it can help you Detect lot of common programming mistakes prior to program execution. If you ever used Perl you can think of Codenizer as of external "use strict" enforcing tool. Using Codenizer requires just one extra step from doing things the old way -- after saving your file just invoke Codenizer from within your IDE and you will be presented with its Analysis. You can see shot of using Codenizer within Netbeans -- results of Codenizer's analysis are displayed in the "Tasks" view of NetBeans IDE.

Codenizer can be easily integrated into many programming editors and IDEs so you can probably use it from within your favorite working environment. Here you can find instructions on how to integrate Codenizer with some popular editors. Most other editors or environments are able to parse Codenizer's messages without any extra support or programming. However, if your favorite editor is not supported or you can't figure out how to configure it, you can tell us about that using Support Center and we will try to find some solution.
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