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PhpStorm 6 brings a new set of customizable templates for PhpDoc blocks and overridden/implemented method body. Now we can decide what content these parts of code will initially have when they are generated automatically.
PhpStorm has added one more tool to its list of external code quality validators: PHP Mess Detector.
You asked for it – and we responded. PhpStorm 5.0 includes several more PHP formatting options and fixes specifically targeted at PSR-1/PSR-2 and Symfony2 coding style support.
New version allows to specify your own coding standard with a root directory outside default PHP Code Sniffer’s Standards directory. In addition it provides a better control on PhpStorm integration with the tool to optimize its use in a particular … Continue reading
PhpStorm 4.0 allows you to check your code on the fly with PHP Code Sniffer (phpcs) just by opening a PHP file. The check is triggered every time you change something in the file thus making it extremely easy to … Continue reading
PhpStorm 4.0 contains a bundled predefined coding style for the popular Drupal content management platform. Currently just reformatting your code in PhpStorm removes 99% of errors reported by Drupal coder-review and makes your code fit to Drupal coding standards.
This long-awaited feature gives you a possibility to define your own code-folding regions with special line comments.
Probably some of you have already noticed the changes in PHP code style settings. Putting the new UI look aside, I’d like to focus on new options and briefly explain their meaning and functionality. I hope you find them useful … Continue reading
There is a number of new PHPDoc inspections available in the latest PhpStorm 2.1 EAP builds which allow to find basic problems in PHP code documenting. These new inspections can be turned on/off in Settings|Inspections|PHP|CodeStyle/PHPDoc. Traditionally each inspection has a … Continue reading
Another EAP build of PhpStorm 2.1 comes with bundled templates for PHP getter and setter methods. You can change these templates for your own needs in Settings|File Templates|Code|PHP Getter/Setter Method.