PhpStorm 7.0 EAP 130.1293

PhpStorm 7.0 Early Access build 130.1293 is already available for download.

This build features extended syntax colouring for various constructs (methods, static functions, classes/interfaces, etc), and Zend Framework 2 command line tool support (ZFTool).

Apart from that, this EAP build includes a lot of fixes for PHP, IntelliJ IDEA platform and web.

Full list of issues resolved from PHP side is available in the Issue Tracker.

Download PhpStorm 7.0 EAP build 130.1293 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 available from the previous EAP build.

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains PhpStorm Team

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  • Henry Garcia

    Nice addition on the PHP syntax Coloring.

    • Jose Hernandez

      I approve much easier to read function names

  • Florin

    It seems there’s no auto-update available yet from previous EAP and no IntelliJ IDEA PHP plugin update as well. Is there something that I need to do to get the update IntelliJ at least? (I’d rather do that then download full PHPStorm EAP again).

    Thanks and keep up the great work!

    • Jannik

      Same issue here:
      “You already have the latest version of PhpStorm installed.”

      • Mikhail Vink

        We are investigating the patch issue, sorry for inconvenience.

      • Mikhail Vink

        Patch update in PhpStorm works now – please check. Thank you!

        • Florin

          Hi Mikhail,

          Thanks for the quick update. It does work indeed, thank you!

          Best regards,
          Florin

  • DownHouse

    Live Edit don’t work at all ((

    • Mikhail Vink

      Have you checked some changes WebStorm team added? Please check http://blog.jetbrains.com/webstorm/2013/07/webstorm-7-build-130-1167/

      “We’ve also redesigned Live Edit, one of the main productivity-enhancing features of WebStorm. To make its behavior more predictable, we’re now enabling it only within a debug session. You can run the JS debugger for every HTML page, and once you do so, Live Edit will take care of automatically updating the contents of the page as you change the .html file.

      (Update: This works not just for pure HTML files, but also for many other file types that contain or generate HTML, CSS or JavaScript. You just need to specify the URL of the page in the “JavaScript Debug” run configuration.)”