In Sublime Text, go to Preferences -> Browse packages.

Go to the PHP folder and create an empty file PHP.sublime-build.

Edit this file and enter :

"cmd": ["php", "-l", "$file"],
"selector": "source.php",
"file_regex": "^Parse error: .* in (.*?) on line ([0-9]*)"

Now, when editing a .php file, press Cmd+B to run php-l on your file and check for syntax error


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