I suggest you ...

Add a "stop" button, which stops the evaluation of the script

Add a "stop" button, which stops the evaluation of the script.

It happens quite often to me, that I click "eval", then realize I made a mistake somewhere (I can see this thanks to the very first php version tested), and want to quickly modfiy and re-evaluate.

But I can't, I have to wait until the script will be tested against all the php versions, so the "eval" button will be enabled again.

Like, right now I mistakenly did a sleep(1); in a loooong loop :)

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    konrad shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    under review  ·  AdminSjon Hortensius (Admin, 3v4l) responded  · 

    Thanks for posting. Did you ever consider using the preview button instead? It runs your code in a single version which is a lot quicker. Your ‘sleep’ script will be killed anyway because it takes too long – but I’ll put this on the list of possible features.

    Thanks,
    Sjon

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      • konrad commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yes, I have learned using the "preview" button recently, after a long time of using 3v4l :) I.e. I knew what it does, but I used to click 'eval' automatically, without a single thought :)

        So maybe you're right, not really a needed function.

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