Author Archives: leneshka

Integrating Composer command line tool with PhpStorm

Built-in Command Line Tool support plugin provides autocompletion and documentation for any command line based tools. It needs just an xml commands description to support new tool. We plan to add automatic recognition of composer and other popular tools in future, but … Continue reading

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New in 3.0: Recursive diff on synchronization of local and remote files

Recent PhpStorm 3.0 EAP has got a feature that will help you with synchronization between local and remote files. The Sync with Deployed/Local… action on mapped folders opens a diff view: Besides showing the difference between the local and remote … Continue reading

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Excluded paths in web server configuration

I’m glad to introduce you a long-awaited feature. Now while creating a project from existing files you can exclude some folders from download and further synchronization. You no longer need to download gigs of media , caches, or temporal files … Continue reading

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Phing support

Phing is a powerful build tool based on Apache Ant. Apache Ant has an extensive and long-standing support in IDEA. At least, I used it even in IDEA 7. So now I’m glad to introduce Phing support in PhpStorm EAP … Continue reading

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Symfony Command Line Usage With Command Line Tool Support

Since PhpStorm 2.0 Symfony framework command line tool can be used inside PhpStorm by Command Line Tool Support. Let’s pass through a simple Symfony tutorial, and then create a custom task. You’ll need having PhpStorm 2.0 and Symfony 1.1 or … Continue reading

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Zend Framework Tool Usage With Command Line Tool Support

Zend Framework has a powerful command line tool, and it can be used inside PhpStorm by Command Line Tool Support. Let’s pass through a simple Zend Framework tutorial. You’ll need having PhpStorm 2.0 and Zend Framework installed on your computer.

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