PhpStorm 10.0.2 EAP 143.1212

PhpStorm 10.0.2 EAP 143.1212 is available for download.

From the PHP side, this build delivers:

  • Primitive types completion in PHPDoc;
  • Improved completion of self, parent and static keywords;
  • Space control before anonymous function parenthesis (optional);
  • and other bug fixes and improvements (see full list in our issue tracker).

Other changes from IntelliJ platform and web are also included, see complete release notes.

Download PhpStorm 10.0.2 EAP build 143.1212 for your platform from project EAP page and please report any bugs and feature request to our Issue Tracker. Patch update from the previous version (PhpStorm 10.0.2 EAP build 143.1044) is already available.

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains PhpStorm Team

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  • mnapoli

    > – Improved completion of self, parent and static keywords;
    I feel like I’m reading this every couple release… It has never worked perfectly, hoping it’s good now!

  • Aurimas

    Still no fixes for PHP7 stuff even then PHP7 will be released tomorrow…

  • marxjohnson

    I’m trying to use this build on Windows 7. The 9.5 EAP builds would always show “EAP User” and a 30-day period on the splash screen, which would update with each new build. However, with the 10.0.2 EAP builds it says “PHP Storm Evaluator”, and the date does not change with each build. I tried reinstalling instead of doing a patch update and it now tells me my license has expired.

    Has the license on EAP builds changed so you now need a regular license to use them?

    • Andriy Bazanov

      It has always being like that.

      Special bundled EAP license is only provided for major EAP builds (before final major version will be released). Once it released, all subsequent EAP builds for minor versions (like now 10.0.2) require proper license for v10.

      The next bundled EAP license will be available for v11 EAP (or, maybe, 10.5 EAP — if there will be anything like that) — that’s how it was all the time up till now. Although this may change a bit since they may change their release cycle (due to the new subscription model).

      The difference between major versions (e.g. v9 and v10) is big — new features/big changes that requires lots of testing etc … while difference between minor versions (e.g. 10.0.1 and 10.0.2) much smaller as it mainly contains bug fixes and small (non breaking) improvements.

      • Александр Большаков

        It didn’t work like that. I’ve always had 30 days license after upgrading my EAP even to minor versions.

        • Maxim Kolmakov

          Nope, it couldn’t be the case I can guarantee you. Andriy is absolutely right.

          • Александр Большаков

            In such case why license owner changed from “EAP User” to “PHPStorm Evaluator”?

          • Aleksandr Krivtcun

            It looks like the download link provided on
            leads to a stable version instead of EAP.

          • Thorsten

            for me it looks like the download does not link the right version – it is build 143.1184 instead of the announced 143.1212, which might be the EAP one

          • Dmitry

            I agree with Aleksandr.
            The link is incorrect.
            JetBrains PhpStorm Team – please, share correct link

        • Aleksandr Krivtcun

          Same issue, I’ve always had some days (14 if I’m not mistaken) after EAP upgrades. But as of today, I’ve downloaded latest EAP build and it says it is already expired.