Initial Symfony support
By Tomas Mysik on Jul 06, 2009
Please notice that the support is still quite minimal and we would like to improve it a lot, there are still many things to do. So, let's have a look what's available right now.
Existing Symfony projects should be recognized automatically but of course, one can create a new PHP project with Symfony framework:
The main support now is the possibility to run Symfony commands:
The UI for the commands allows to:
- filter the Symfony commands (1),
- specify command parameters (2),
- select a command (3),
- see help of a command (4) and
- preview the whole command that will be run (5).
Please notice that the list of commands is project specific, it means that if one uses e.g. Doctrine instead of Propel, no Propel commands are listed, just the Doctrine ones. Also, all the commands from project's Symfony plugins should be available.
Of course, the output of the currently running command is displayed in the Output window, directly in the IDE.
It could be useful that one can specify shortcuts for Symfony actions.
The Symfony script should be detected automatically but it can happen that it's not found so one can specify it in the IDE Options.
Thanks a lot and happy Symfony coding!