PhpStorm 7 EAP build 131.205

PhpStorm 7 EAP 131.205 is available for download.

From the PHP side, this build features:

  • Drupal support improvements: hook invocation parameters completion, navigation to *.api.php hint from hook implementation
  • Auto-generated @return PHPDoc for typed arrays
  • New inspections
  • New Phing “Before launch” task: Add Phing’s project name next to the build file name
  • Remote servers list is sorted when creating a new project from existing files
  • and  many more bug fixes and improvements

Also the build brings various new features and fixes from both web and IntelliJ IDEA platform side.

Download PhpStorm 7 EAP build 131.205 for your platform from project EAP page and please report any bugs and feature request to our Issue Tracker.

Patch-update for the previous EAP build (Public Preview) will be available in a few hours.

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains PhpStorm Team

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23 Responses to PhpStorm 7 EAP build 131.205

  1. It is expected that the new version help solve this? http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-9296

  2. Mikhail Vink says:

    We experience some networking problems with patch-update, as soon as we resolve it, patch-update will become available and new version notifications in the PhpStorm will be shown.

  3. Adrian Grund says:

    I really like phpStorm. But the editor has become incredible slow.
    Please please please: Before you add tons of other stuff (which is quite nice!) – please work on the speed of the editor.
    Thanks a lot, Adrian.

  4. UFUK says:

    version 7 is hell slow. Even with SSD it works like very bloated

  5. DKhammer says:

    Hello,
    I have been evaluating PHP Storm 7 EAP for a couple weeks now and am very impressed. It’s the best IDE I’ve seen in a while.
    One question:
    I am experimenting with Vagrant support. Since I run a Mac, I prefer to use Parallels as a Vagrant provider (this works now, see https://github.com/yshahin/vagrant-parallels).
    However, I do not see a reasonable way to use PHPStorm’s integration with this… Is there a plan to support other providers? Given the reports of kernel panics on Macs with VirtualBox, at least VMWare should be supported, and Parallels is the best solution for many of us for too many reasons to list.
    Thanks,
    David
    PS. I tried to create a feature request but am not able to do so with my current user account.

  6. Bruno says:

    Support for Laravel and Blade templating would be nice.
    PhpStorm need to keep up with what is going on the community.

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