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PHP include

I'm clearly new to it, yet stuck already. Probably a very very simple solution/answer…

Can someone give me a simple example on how to include a simple php file (e.g. echo..) in the index.html (as stored in the projects 'resources' file.

I can't seem to include anything. The PHP file is surely loaded for buggy PHP scripts return an error on launch. Yet even the simplest echo does not do anything.

I tried to launch a mac desktop app.

— asked October 23rd 2010 by dirk dorme
  • desktop
  • mac
  • php

4 Answers

  • This page may help http://developer.appcelerator.com/doc/desktop/php

    — answered October 23rd 2010 by John McKnight
  • I used that page to indeed embed PHP. I tried with js, which worked. Same script different language (PHP) did not work. So the page you referred to does not really answer the question.

    Following error:

    [08:07:55:948] [Titanium.PHP] [Debug] preprocessing php => app://kkdfjdk.dfd.d/test.php
    [08:07:55:958] [Titanium.Proxy] [Debug] Checking whether https://api.appcelerator.net/p/v1/app-track should be bypassed.
    [08:07:55:958] [Titanium.Proxy] [Debug] No bypass
    [08:07:55:959] [Titanium.Proxy] [Debug] Using direct connection.
    test 5(10249,0xa069a500) malloc: *** error for object 0x1875ba4: incorrect checksum for freed object - object was probably modified after being freed.
    *** set a breakpoint in malloc_error_break to debug
    — answered October 24th 2010 by dirk dorme
  • include like this:

    <script type="text/php" src="index.php"/></script>

    echo will not work, because it outputs in console.

    You need to insert the content into doom.

    like this:

    global $jQuery;
    $jQuery('#container')->append('whatever you want to echo');

    — answered December 11th 2010 by Tinu Coman
  • The php "echo" works, but you don't have to load/include php in html-files !

    You have to load the php files itself !

    — answered July 11th 2011 by M. S.
    1 Comment
    • Thanks a lot !! You comment helped me a lot !!

      — commented June 7th 2012 by Kusum Saini
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