* dependency injection
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There is allready TWIG Support through the plugin from blogsh check his github page for downloads of the plugin.
Netbeans would be MORE awesome with this :p
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* Support for annotation definitions for config files/classes (also for orm/odm doctrine annotations)
I like and use both symfony2 and NetBeans, So it would be really good to integrate symfony2.
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* Twig Support
* CLI Support
(In reply to comment #35)
> * Twig Support
> * CLI Support
There's a plugin for TWIG syntax. Don't have it handy now, but it's easy to find it.
Go for it! :)
I think PHPUnit support SHOULD be fixed at first!
Symfony2 have NOT global test directory. Each "bundle" (Separate part of Symfony2) has it's own test files. Current Netbeans version (7.0.1) can be configured to run these phpunit tests - see the solution http://forum.symfony-project.org/viewtopic.php?t=33543&p=114374
But it's not ideal because running one test can NOT be done with "Test" button. Only the "Run" command works ("Run all *Test files with phpunit" must be checked in project settings).
CodeCoverage - a nice Netbeans feature - also doesn't work!
I think that PhpUnit support in Netbeans should be more configurable because maybe in the future there will be another PHP framework and Netbeans features - Code Coverage and "Test" button should work (with some sort of settings).
Please create some button which will call "app\console cache:clear" command or better - some configurable batch file with this command. I'm clearing the cache after every bigger change in source code and clearing cache from IDE will be very handy.
(In reply to comment #1)
Add autocomplete for Doctrine 2 annotations like these ones
use Doctrine\ORM\Mapping as ORM;
If I can help please show me how, or at least where to start.
It would be very nice to have similar functionalities as what have been developed for Eclipse by Robert Gruendler (aka pulse00 on github).
Here is a link to the plugins
- homepage: http://symfony.dubture.com/
- source code: https://github.com/pulse00/Symfony-2-Eclipse-Plugin
The plugin is very useful and well documented. If am willing to help if we need to create a prioritized list of most important features.
(In reply to comment #48)
> It would be very nice to have similar functionalities as what have been
> developed for Eclipse by Robert Gruendler (aka pulse00 on github).
> Here is a link to the plugins
> - homepage: http://symfony.dubture.com/
> - source code: https://github.com/pulse00/Symfony-2-Eclipse-Plugin
> The plugin is very useful and well documented. If am willing to help if we need
> to create a prioritized list of most important features.
I agree, I'm almost tempted to switch over to Eclipse for Symfony2 projects. Oh dear!
In NB 7.2, there will be basic support for:
The Symfony2 support itself won't be perfect but simply we do not have enough time and resources to make it excellent, sorry. Anyone interested can try the development version of NetBeans .
One more link to our blog.
Any idea on how difficult it would be to port the Eclipse plugin (the one mentioned in my message above) to Netbeans ?
I think a lot of people would be interested and we might be able to achieve something with the help of the community.
(In reply to comment #52)
> Any idea on how difficult it would be to port the Eclipse plugin (the one
> mentioned in my message above) to Netbeans ?
Porting the plugin is IMHO not possible. Only the same/similar functionality could be provided.
> I think a lot of people would be interested and we might be able to achieve
> something with the help of the community.
Well, this is in fact "very easy" - NetBeans is open-source so everyone is welcome. In other words, anyone can clone NetBeans sources and provide patches, we will be more than happy to accept them. The biggest problem here is that the current infrastructure is not good enough to provide a perfect support (we will need to improve mainly the PHP editor area so the frameworks can "plug" their things in it)
FAQ for NB developers can be found here .
(In reply to comment #53)
Thank for your replies.
With the agreement of Robert I have started a page on his plug-in wiki  to discuss the development of Netbeans (or cross IDE) plugin.
It seems to be good place to discuss this:
* This plug-in already provides a great set of functionalites,
* The goal would be to create an IDE agnostic base library (i.e. not only Netbeans),
* The github interface make it easy to collaborate.
The next step is to look for people willing to help. Anybody willing to help should add its name under the "Volunteers" section.
Hi Victor, thanks for your effort and for that wiki page. I have read it and I would add info about the upcoming NetBeans version (7.2) - the Symfony2 and Twig plugins are now part of it .
Symfony2 plugin (together with Twig plugin) is now part of NB 7.2 so closing this issue as FIXED.
Please, do not reopen this issue but submit individual bugs/enhancements instead.
netbeans-trunk-nightly-201205130400-ml-windows: installation of php module failed. so i cannot test it.
what exactly is in the 7.2 symfony plugin? i only read about twig support and the sf2 plugin (http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/40565/php-symfony2-framework)
of corse this is nice, but please don't call this a symfony2 support.
- Codeassist for Symfony specific elements, like services, routes, template paths, entities and translations.
- Navigation: Hyperlinking of routes, templates and services
mainly codeassist (especially for services), it is really no symfony2 support.
this is really no rant comment, i know netbeans is free, everybody can help,... but just closing the ticket "symfony2 support" without haveing a sf2 support is wrong.
saying we should create a ticket for each feature we need and closing this ticket... well. you have a clear template what users expect from symfony support (just see eclipse)
if this features are in netbeans 7.2 just forget what i wrote above and let me say thank you.
if not, please reopen this ticket. closing this ticket sends a wrong signal to the users. currently netbeans has no symfony support, adding some commands and twig support is still no sf2 support.
I think exactly the same a s devnull333!
The current SF2 plugin should be just the beginning. Please have a look at http://symfony.dubture.com/ and how far they are with their SF2 plugin.
Any chance to reopen that issue or to create a new one with enhanced features?
For NetBeans 7.2, the Symfony2 support contains all the features we have planned for that release (project creation, commands, annotations, twig). Of course, we will continue working on this area to improve it for the next NetBeans releases but please notice that the resources we have, are limited.