PhpStorm 6.0.3 EAP started – build 129.672

We are happy to announce the beginning of PhpStorm 6.0.3 Early Access Program and the build 129.672 is already available for download.

This build is focused on performance and various internal bugfixes.

The next one is already in the works and is also focused on performance and openapi changes to ease life for plugin authors. The 6.0.3 release will be out very soon and will conclude the 6.x series. We immediately open 7.0 EAP afterwards – there is a ton of new cool stuff coming :)

Download PhpStorm 6.0.3 EAP build 129.672 for your platform from project EAP page and please report any bugs and feature request to our Issue Tracker.

Patch-update for this build is not available.

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains PhpStorm Team

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16 Responses to PhpStorm 6.0.3 EAP started – build 129.672

  1. Cody Lundquist says:

    Any clues as to what “Cool Stuff” is coming out for v7? :)

  2. Dan says:

    i think there is typo in download link

    Download PhpStorm 6.0.2 EAP build 129.672 ->
    Download PhpStorm 6.0.3 EAP build 129.672

  3. nightlinus says:

    Thx for ur product. Btw you have link(release notes) to the old blog url(webide) on download page of eap.

  4. Alexey Gopachenko says:

    Thanks all – typos amended.

  5. Rick says:

    Link above says 6.0.2, should be 6.0.3.

  6. Kirill says:

    Thanks for great product!

    What Java version is best for PhpStorm 6?

  7. Chris says:

    Please, while working on v7, take a small break from adding new features and address some of the small usability annoyances in regards to side-docked tabs… Alpha sort popup warning, disabling path popups, trying to re-size project browser but grabbing a tab instead, etc. There are bug reports for all which are ignored.

  8. Jason says:

    When is auto updating going to work? Every update seems to be a download and reinstall update. :( I’m not angry, just curious.

  9. Pavel says:

    When are you going to support PHP 5.5?

  10. Eugene OZ says:

    With SSD disk I don’t feel any performance issues with this IDE long time already. Works pretty well.
    Hope to see more implemented feature-requests in next builds :)

    • Michael says:

      Poor non-SSD users like myself have to wait 30+ seconds for it to open a mid-size application on 6.0.2 (MVC; hundreds of PHP and JS files). Anxious to see how it’s improved in 6.0.3.

    • Pavel says:

      I also have SSD, but it doesn’t help when you are working with huge files ;)

  11. Max says:

    superior performance, thanks

  12. Thomas says:

    Is there a link with all the changes/fixes?

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