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Johannes Schluter's Blog:
SQL completion in PHP strings
November 18, 2008 @ 11:55:16

Johannes Schluter has posted showing how the new version of Netbeans (with PHP support) offers SQL completion support.

NetBeans 6.5 is soon to be released. After 10 years of NetBeans that's the first version of Sun's OpenSource IDE featuring PHP support. While 6.5 is waiting to be packaged the development didn't stop and the first features for the successor, NetBeans.next, are already being developed. David Van Couvering just showed a preview of a cool new feature: SQL completion in PHP strings, if it does what the screenshot promises that's a damn great addition in my opinion.

Johannes includes the screenshot of it in action.

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