PhpStorm & WebStorm 2.0 EAP build 102.114

Alexey Gopachenko

PhpStorm & WebStorm 2.0 EAP build 102.114 is available. Albeit important bugfixes in all areas, the most notable changes are:

  • PHP debugger now uses FIFO queue to manage incoming requests, making the debugging process much more logical and controllable
  • PHP Unused parameter inspection was improved and got a pack of options:
    • Don’t report as unused parameters of methods/functions with empty body/on by default
    • Don’t report as unused parameters of overriding methods / on by default
    • Don’t report as unused parameters of methods of abstract classes / off by default

Complete changelog
Please note that ALL of this is work in progress and will undergo series of both technical and cosmetic changes.

Download PhpStorm & WebStorm 2.0 EAP build 102.114 for your platform from project EAP page or wait for an update/patch available notification (usually rolled out in a couple of days later).

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains Web IDE Team

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9 Responses to PhpStorm & WebStorm 2.0 EAP build 102.114

  1. Sam Dark says:

    January 11, 2011

    I’ve just created Opera extension for Xdebug that can simplify debugging process a bit by turning on/off debug session:

  2. Rafi says:

    January 12, 2011

    Thank you so much phpStorm team! You’ve created the best ide in the world for php 🙂 Can’t wait for the any-framework and sass features..

  3. Aleh Maksimau says:

    January 13, 2011

    Is there a chance to find Lithium( enhancements in changelog one day?

  4. Howard says:

    January 13, 2011

    I myself would love to see Lithium related upgrades to PhpStorm 🙂

  5. Bear says:

    January 13, 2011

    +1 for Lithium support 🙂

    Also, any idea when the final version 2 will be released?

    Thanks a alot for this great IDE!

  6. Alexey Gopachenko says:

    January 13, 2011

    @Lithium fans – no chance unless somebody submits proper feature request to project tracker.

  7. Oleg says:

    January 13, 2011

    Are you still planning to implement generic php framework support in 2.0? It’s been long time since you promised to provide it “in one of the next few builds” 🙂

  8. Alexey Gopachenko says:

    January 15, 2011

    @Oleg Its very hard to make this functionality “user serviceable” because it interacts very directly with internals of PHP support.

    Also, most users expect it everything to work “out of box”, especially from a commercial product.

    Anyway the plan is that some features will be unrolled very gradually in 2.0 and simultaneously we are working on built-in support for most popular frameworks.