Archive for the 'mac' Category

Installing v8js for PHP on a Mac

Sep 11th, 2013

Motivation? Run JS code inside PHP. Just… because I struggled for a while with this installation, so leaving a trail here for anyone looking. What you need to accomplish? Goal: run JS code inside a PHP script running on a webserver. Already accomplished: Macs come with a webserver (Apache) and PHP. To get there: 1. […]

 

Installing PHP and Apache on Mac OSX – that was (pretty) easy

Mar 7th, 2009

This posts is one of those “note to self” kinda posts. I just finished installing PHP and Apache on my Mac OS 10.5.6 and though I should document the experience should I (or you) need to do it again. It could already be there The default OS install came with goodies like ruby and php […]

 

JSLint on Mac + TextMate integration

Feb 21st, 2009

UPDATE: Ryan Grove has a better script to display the JSLint results. So basically follow the instructions here until you get to Step 2, point 5 (where you write the command to run JSLint). Then head over to Ryan’s blog post to get the better script. JSLint is an indispensable tool if you’re serious about […]

 

Installing Rhino on Mac

Feb 20th, 2009

To quote http://www.mozilla.org/rhino/: Rhino is an open-source implementation of JavaScript written entirely in Java. It is typically embedded into Java applications to provide scripting to end users. Rhino allows you to use JavaScript: on the server-side, so you can ditch RoR, Perl, PH… well, keep PHP … in favor of JavaScript on the command line, […]