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Revision as of 09:39, 16 June 2010

PHP in NB 6.9.Next

Version: draft 0.0.1

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The NetBeans PHP support is popular and obtains many users. It's the support that attracts many new people that are switching from other IDEs. The features in the release NetBeans 6.9.Next will be mainly targeted to improve productivity of the IDE.

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ID [Priority] Task Description Details Link
1.0 [P3] Configuration for coding standards

Support for configurable coding standards. If we want to spread NetBeans into corporate sphere,then the codding style has to be configurable not to block Continuous Integration

Each configuration should be defined in separate configuration file. There should be possible to add its own coding standard whereas a few predefined standards(how to write PHP code) should be delivered with Netbeans PHP. These predefined configurations could be taken from PHP Code Sniffer(called: MySource, PEAR, PHPCS, Squiz and Zend), which seems to be de facto standards.

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ID [Priority] Task Description Details Link
1.0 [P2] Generating PHP Doc This is one of the missing features that could be coverd in the release. Generate PHP documentation from PHP comments in the source files. It's similar to the generating JavaDoc for java source files. The PHP support will use the PHP documentation generater available in the PHP runtime.
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