Using php -l (PHP Lint) as pre-commit hook with Subversion

Why run php -l manually on your files to validate it's syntax, when you can hook it immediately into your revision control system. This example uses SVN, but the same can be used on Git, Bazaar, Mecurial and others. 
SVN Admin - Backup , restore , SVN Hooks , subversion adminstration

SVN Admin - Backup , restore , SVN Hooks , subversion adminstration

SVN Admin - Backup , restore , SVN Hooks , subversion adminstration


Code Review for Teams Too Busy to Review Code

Code Review for Teams Too Busy to Review Code

Code Review for Teams Too Busy to Review Code


SublimeLinter3 & SublimeLinter-php

SublimeLinter3 & SublimeLinter-php

SublimeLinter3 & SublimeLinter-php


Post commit hook

Post commit hook

Post commit hook


PHP TDD in PHPStorm - Configuring Git for the Initial Commit in PHPStorm

PHP TDD in PHPStorm - Configuring Git for the Initial Commit in PHPStorm

PHP TDD in PHPStorm - Configuring Git for the Initial Commit in PHPStorm


Post Commit Hooks Script to automate server

Post Commit Hooks Script to automate server

Post Commit Hooks Script to automate server


Git Hooks Tutorial - Auto Deploy on Push

Git Hooks Tutorial - Auto Deploy on Push

Git Hooks Tutorial - Auto Deploy on Push


Interview-Questions-SVN-Hooks-ANT-Advanced-Session2

Interview-Questions-SVN-Hooks-ANT-Advanced-Session2

Interview-Questions-SVN-Hooks-ANT-Advanced-Session2


Subversion

Subversion

Subversion