Problems in your PHP projects

Hi all, today we would like to show you a new feature we have added for NetBeans 7.3. If your PHP project has any configuration problem, NetBeans will warn you.

We will start with opening some broken project - NetBeans will detect it and mark it:

Broken PHP project

NetBeans will also show you a warning dialog which can be used for resolving project problems:

Project problems detected

 One can use also a context action which is present on project in the Projects view:

Resolve problems action

The dialog for resolving project problems is very simple:

Dialog with project problems

Each problem usually has its own solution - for example, broken Test Files can be fixed directly in the Project Properties dialog so NetBeans will open it for you once you click the Resolve... button:

Project Properties dialog

That's all for today, as always, please test it and report all the issues or enhancements you find in NetBeans Bugzilla (component php, subcomponent Project).

Comments:

Hi. Thanks for the new features in 7.3. I am looking forward to the release of it.
For the next release it would be really great if you could implement conditional breakpoints for the PHP Debugger (see bug #132066). This is a feature which would really help PHP developers to find problems in larger projects.

Thanks for your work ;-)

Posted by Christian on January 16, 2013 at 08:14 AM CET #

Hi, I have a syntax visibility problem in netbeans 7.2 and 7.3.... I was using Netbeans 7.1 without any problem in Ubuntu 12.10, but when I upgraded Netbeans today I see there is some visibility error. While using camelCase and (Dollor) sign after it, the line gets down, and if I continue to code in next line, I see texts only half, and moving around UP and Down.... I might not be clear to explain properly, but visit the link below to see the snapshot I took, which gives clear idea what my issue is.
http://rajibpaudyal.com/netbeans-error
BR
Rajib

Posted by Rajib on January 21, 2013 at 12:59 AM CET #

To Rajib & others: Please, report all issues directly in NetBeans Bugzilla (and not here), it is the _only_ way to fix them.

Thanks.

Posted by Tomas Mysik on January 21, 2013 at 06:49 AM CET #

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