PhpStorm 8 EAP 138.379

PhpStorm 8 EAP 138.379 is available for download.

From the PHP side, this build features:

  • Behat intellisense (including resolve from step in Gherkin file to Context file, Find Usages from Context file to usages in Gherkin files, keyword and step completion, generation for undefined steps)
  • Structural Search for PHP improvements
  • Intention to create a DocBlock
  • Language injections works for Smarty {literal}
  • many bug fixes and improvements (see full list in our issue tracker)…

IntelliJ platform and web changes are also included.

See full release notes for a list of changes.

Download PhpStorm 8 EAP build 138.379 for your platform from project EAP page and please report any bugs and feature request to our Issue Tracker.

Patch-update will be available in an hour from the previous PhpStorm 8 EAP build (138.256).

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains PhpStorm Team

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  • Adrian Grund

    Great. I really love that phpStorm becomes more and more stable and matured. On the other hand I see a lot of very very specific development of implementations of almost every possible framework that exists, and I ask myself if this is really neccessary. Do a lot of people use behat? I mean, it is fine and okay, but there are so much things that could be of much more benefit being repaired, much more features that are really environment specific, which in my opinion would be much more important being developed and implemented. In my opinion the development should first target those “common” bugs and features, every user of phpStorm uses, and not only a small amount.
    Please don´t misunderstand – I check every phpStorm EAP since version 4 weekly… – I think it is fantastic how fast development goes in phpStorm team – you staff at phpstorm are incredible good with what you do. But I just wanted to make you think about a kind of “back to the roots”, fixing what has to be fixed and developing features for a bigger amount of phpstorm users.
    All in all – thank you folks on phpStorm!

  • http://www.art-coder.com Eugene

    +1 to comment above. Documentation on existsing features + fixing/making better existing features.

    By the way, what is the ETA for PhpStorm 8?

  • Carsten Decker

    I can only agree to what Adrian says. In my eyes a rock-solid and light-speed-fast IDE is much more important than having tons of features just for the reason to say “Yeah, we support it”.