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18 October 2011 at 11:38am
I am searching a stable and free IDE with auto completion and code highlighting, which works with the SilverStripe Framework. The only topics I found were pretty old. So I wonder wether there is a better solution now. I tried Aptana 3.0. The code highlighting is ok. But it only shows autocompleting when I create page types. And it only displays when I am typing in the superclass.
I also tried the latest Eclipse classic version + PDT but I am not sure how to configure it.
Thanks in advance!
18 October 2011 at 10:36pm
my weapon of choice is Netbeans.
It's free, stable and quite powerful, so give it a try
If I recall right, Php autocomplete for SilverStripe projects worked without any configuration, but you'll have to "teach" the IDE how to handle .ss files...
18 October 2011 at 11:10pm
Previous discussion here...
and I have reverted to using TextPad (and vi) but whenever I need to debug something (above and beyond a couple of debug show / log messages) I still use netbeans.
18 October 2011 at 11:54pm
Thanks for the help.
It works better now (in Aptana and NetBeans). But I still won't get code completion in the *.ss files. Is it possible to get code completion for $Layout $Content etc. and <% include Menu(2) %> <& end_control &> etc. ?
19 October 2011 at 1:17am
All you can do for .ss files is to associate them to HTML files...
But code completion for SilverStripe's template language is not possible without a plugin.
And as far as I know, there is none unfortunately.
Some time ago, I tried to write a netbeans plugin for ss-templates, based on the Php-Twig plugin, but I failed miserably on the parser/lexer stuff... *sigh*
19 October 2011 at 1:25am
Too bad. However thanks a lot. It seems you are Netbeans user right? But I am used to Eclipse shortcuts because of Android development. So I actually prefer Aptana 3.0. And the only thing that won't work at the moment code completion at a certain point. It's just optimization, but it would be great if it works. I posted the problem I have in stackoverflow.
In a few sentences:
I initialize a variable with:
$fields = parent::getCMSFields();
and won't get code completion for $fields afterwards. But if I initialize a variable this way:
$fields = new FieldSet;
it works perfectly.
19 October 2011 at 1:41am Last edited: 19 October 2011 1:43am
Yepp, I'm a NetBeans nut...
But right know i sit in front of a machine with eclipse+Aptana Studio 3.0 plugin, so I'll mess around a bit and maybe I can find something
[Edit] well, and I have the same results like you...
19 October 2011 at 1:46am
Thanks, at least I know I am not the only one with the problem. I don't think we both mess up the Aptana installation. I hope there will be an update soon.
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