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Code completion for PHP-GTK in Eclipse PDT
July 07, 2008 @ 09:34:45

They've already shown you how to get PHP-GTK code completion working in the Zend Studio IDE. In this new post they show you how to do the same with Eclipse running the PDT extension.

Enabling PHP-GTK2 code completion in Eclipse PDT for a project is very simple. The following example is given on Windows, but the steps should be the same on any supported platform

It's a simple eight step process (the steps are little) to get support working. You'll need to use the Gtk_Dumper to get the info the IDE will need for the completion.

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