Sunday, February 10, 2013

Ireland Legends V England Legends

Trevor Brennan, Mal O'Kelly, Mick Galway, Frankie SheahanIMG_1077 copyMartin CorryMartin CorryIMG_1086 copyMick O'Driscoll
Shane "Munch" ByrneShane "Munch" ByrneMal O'Kelly, Trevor Brennan, Mick O'DriscollIMG_1099 copyMick O'DriscollIMG_1107 copy
Frankie SheahanFrankie SheahanJohn KellyIMG_1145 copyIMG_1149 copyIMG_1150 copy
John Kelly TryAlan LewisMartin CorryMick O'Driscoll, Trevor BrennanAnthony Horgan, Mick O'Driscoll, Mal O'Kelly, Shane ByrneMick O'Driscoll
Donnybrook Stadium, Dublin

Ireland Legends 26 - 19 England Legends

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Kate Ellis Solo Cello

Kate EllisScoreCello ScrollTilesIMG_0802 copyScore
ScoreCello ScrollCello ScrollCello BowCello BowCello
CelloSteinway & Sons PianoIMG_0823 copyIMG_0824 copyIMG_0825 copyWorking Late
WindowFadersIMG_0842 copyCelloScore LightSteinway & Sons Piano
Kate Ellis Solo Cello, a set on Flickr.
Irish Composer Collective Solo Series.
Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin

Thursday, February 7, 2013

SublimeLinter not working for PHP files

Sublime Text 2 is a great code editor. I've been using it for over a year as my default editor after moving on from EditPlus2. It's fast and features a great file overview sidebar, file tabbing, project saving and a customisable colour interface.

After an unsuccessful attempt at installing SublimeLinter months ago, I decided to give it another go. SublimeLinter is a syntax checker package for SublimeText and allows for auto syntax checking.

You need the Package Control plugin first to automate the installation and upgrading of plugins. Follow the instructions on the Installing section of SublimeLinter page to install it.

From here, PHP linting did not work for me.
After searching online, 2 fixes on Stack Overflow worked for me:

1. Set the syntax type for PHP files to PHP instead of HTML5

2. Point SublimeLinter to your PHP exe:
  • Set your PC PATH environment variable e.g. C:\xampp\php, then update the SublimeLinter executable map by:
    • Preferences -> Package Settings -> SublimeLinter -> Settings-Default
    • In "sublimelinter_executable_map", enter "php":"php" between the { and }

After this, SublimeLinter highlights any PHP syntax errors automatically :-)