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You mean auto-complete after you type "->" or "." for pointers/structures?

 

Well, sort of. With PHPStorm[and the other IDE's I've used, netbeans, komodo, ultraedit, etc] when I'm coding in PHP by default they will do auto-complete as soon as a few charecters are entered.

 

For example:

 

int mySuperVariable = 5;

 

function mySuperFunction(int param = null) {

}

 

static class mySuperClass {

 

static int classVar = 0;

 

}

 

 

While coding, after typing 'myVar = myS' if I pause for a moment, the IDE will give me the option of selecting any of the above[ie guessing that it is one of those 3 things I am trying to write, either the variable, the function, or the static class] - so I don't need to actually reach a break point. It will also help with those, of course. myVar = mySuperClass:: will trigger an auto-complete suggestion of any of the static properties of the class.

 

I would assume since Eclipse is the IDE to match for functionality, that Eclipse has the same functionality, but I don't know where to enable it[or even if it can be enabled in CCS]

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You mean auto-complete after you type "->" or "." for pointers/structures?

 

Well, sort of. With PHPStorm[and the other IDE's I've used, netbeans, komodo, ultraedit, etc] when I'm coding in PHP by default they will do auto-complete as soon as a few charecters are entered.

 

For example:

 

int mySuperVariable = 5;

 

function mySuperFunction(int param = null) {

}

 

static class mySuperClass {

 

static int classVar = 0;

 

}

 

 

While coding, after typing 'myVar = myS' if I pause for a moment, the IDE will give me the option of selecting any of the above[ie guessing that it is one of those 3 things I am trying to write, either the variable, the function, or the static class] - so I don't need to actually reach a break point. It will also help with those, of course. myVar = mySuperClass:: will trigger an auto-complete suggestion of any of the static properties of the class.

 

I would assume since Eclipse is the IDE to match for functionality, that Eclipse has the same functionality, but I don't know where to enable it[or even if it can be enabled in CCS]

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