I use vim to edit php files, if saved can be used! Php% to run the current file
But I don’t want to save, verify the accuracy of the code, can it be realized?
Under Linux:%w !tee | php
The parameters after Vim’s W command can be used to specify the saved path. We use it here.
! teeThe command is to use the shell’s process to replace the
wCommands are written to the pipeline for use by any subsequent command.
@felix021 pointed out that it is possible to directly let without process replacement.
wWrite to php’s standard input.:%w !php