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Developing eZ Templates with PHPStorm

Developing eZ Templates with PHPStorm

Wednesday 31 October 2012 8:38:18 am - 6 replies


I saw a lot of the kernel developers using PHPStorm for development and gave the IDE a try. But for me as also a template developer, it would be great to have eZ template files code highlighted. By default .tpl files are recognized as smarty templates, which comes very close to the eZ template language, until it comes to piped operator calls, for instance.

I wonder if anyone has extended PHPStorm, in any way, to support eZ templates as well?


Wednesday 31 October 2012 10:04:11 am

I dunno, but the best support for eZ template language you will currently find in phpedit. windows-only and non-free - but at least it has a trial version blunk.gif Emoticon

Friday 23 November 2012 11:48:49 am

I'd also be very interested in eZ Template highlighting for PHPStorm.
Would be very usefull for developing templates in our cluster environment. 

Monday 03 December 2012 11:15:03 am

I opened a feature request in the IntelliIIDEA Bugtracker:


Please vote for the feature if you are waiting for this, too.
Maybe they will implement it faster when some people are voting for it blunk.gif Emoticon 

Monday 31 December 2012 12:07:58 pm

I have not tried PHPStorm yet but the Netbeans 7.2.1 is supporting eZ Publish templating language quite good !

Tuesday 22 January 2013 12:55:12 pm

I added a vote, but perhaps we should consider writing a plugin for PhpStorm.There are lots of open-source plugins for other template-languages to draw inspiration from. Gaetano's developer tools extension would definitely come in handy!

@Amir Koklan: You really should try PhpStorm. It's great!

Modified on Tuesday 22 January 2013 1:00:13 pm by Henning Kvinnesland

Tuesday 12 February 2013 8:21:24 am

Yes, maybe anyone could write a plugin to support the template language.

But - because Maxim Kolmakov changed my ticket to subsystem PHP frameworks - maybe they would offer a deeper integration of eZ like they did for Symphony2 or Zend.


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