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Author hlellelid
Full name Hans Lellelid
Date 2006-11-21 14:07:24 PST
Message I think it's working fine for basic stuff. I also assumed I'd wait a
bit -- but if it really does already have decent code completion, then
I'll happily give it another try. I certainly love Eclipse for Java
development and I don't usually use a full PHP debugger anyway (which I
assume is part of the stuff that isn't done yet).

Hans

David Zülke wrote:
> Aaah right I remember looking at it but I figured they never ever get it
> finished so I tried PHPEclipse. Well I'll give it a shot then. Or wait
> till 0.7, but that's been pushed back for months it seems. Or maybe I'm
> wrong ;)
>
> David
>
>
>
> Am 21.11.2006 um 23:00 schrieb Hans Lellelid:
>
>> PHPIDE is the newer one that Zend is working on with the Eclipse folks.
>> I actually never really got PHPEclipse to work for me.
>>
>> See: http://www.eclipse.org/php/
>>
>> I've found it easiest to just grab the whole bundled thing rather than
>> wading through all the dependencies for the PHPIDE piece in a stock
>> Eclipse install.
>>
>> Clearly I haven't played with it too much, but if it's doing good
>> completion, I'll definitely have to switch.
>>
>> Hans
>>
>> David Zülke wrote:
>>> I tried that the other day, and it's rather frustrating. Besides the
>>> fact that you seem to need a master's degree in nerd science to even
>>> download and install the proper stuff, it doesn't seem to work that
>>> well on instances etc. I know Zend Studio uses PHPDoc comments to know
>>> what class type a method returns, soo $foo->getBar()-> would actually
>>> still allow code completion etc... wait, is PHPIDE the same thing as
>>> PHPEclipse?
>>>
>>> David
>>>
>>>
>>> Am 21.11.2006 um 21:14 schrieb Soenke Ruempler:
>>>
>>>> On 21.11.2006 20:46, Hans Lellelid wrote:
>>>>> Ok, it looks like "Lingua" might be winning out, as I think that 1) it
>>>>> should be compatible w/ Propel's naming scheme and 2) I'm inclined to
>>>>> think agree that one- or two-letter prefixes (while attractive to lazy
>>>>> programmers like me!) are not very safe from namespace collisions.
>>>>>
>>>>> Of course we all know what the real solution is ... :) in the
>>>>> meantime,
>>>>> though, I think that "Lingua" seems to be the right way to go.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> +1, too.
>>>>
>>>> Hans, just use Eclipse and PHPIDE plugin with code inspection so you
>>>> don't have to type the whole class/method names. *g
>>>>
>>>> -soenke
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