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PhpStorm 2019.2 Early Access Program is Now Open
Today we are starting the Early Access Program (EAP) for PhpStorm 2019.2. A fresh build, 192.4205.18, is available to download from our website and in the JetBrains Toolbox App. We are planning to deliver a number of cool features, performance and stability improvements, as well as bug-fixes in version 2019.2. In the current build, you’ll find long-awaited RegExp injections, PHP 7.4 Type
DataGrip 2016.2 New EAP build: Language injections, ligatures, recompile in Oracle
Hello! We've prepared a new build for our early adopters. Here's a list of the most interesting things you can find inside. Language Injections Quite possibly the most important feature of this build, it lets you treat string literals as live code written in other languages (like XML, JSON, any SQL dialect or even regular expressions), including formatting, highlighting, usage search, comple
IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2 EAP 162.426.1 is Out
A fresh EAP build for IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2 is out and, being a good EAP build that it is, has something new for you to try: General A new inspection that warns you when you instantiate new objects inside equals, hashCode, compareTo or Comparator.compare methods. This helps to avoid significant performance problems when, for example, objects of classes with such constructs are added to Set o
How to check your RegExps in IntelliJ IDEA 11?
In IntelliJ IDEA 11 you can check your Regular Expressions while coding without leaving the IDE. Just invoke the 'Check RegExp' intention action on a regular expression and play! Tip: You can turn any string into a regular expression by injecting RegExp language. Try the 'Inject Language' intention action.
Custom Languages and Regular Expressions in IntelliJ IDEA
As you might recall, IntelliLang plugin had won two awards at the recently held IntelliJ IDEAL Plugin Contest. IntelliLang extends the support of custom languages and regular expressions in IntelliJ IDEA with: Language Injection Support: IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 can treat String literals, XML text and attributes as fragments of an arbitrary language. IntelliLang lets you use Java annotations or built-in