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Treat any file as PHP in Netbeans
January 28, 2010 @ 14:03:40

If you're a NetBeans user and have been frustrated by it's default handling of non-PHP extension files as PHP, you should check out this new post from Sachin Khosl on on how to fix the issue.

You love coding in Netbeans and you find it pretty uneasy when it does not function the way you want it to. That was the same with me when I started development in drupal and I was unable to associate the .module as PHP in my favorite editor Netbeans. However with little play around with options I was able to associate .module files as PHP file in Netbeans IDE. So for doing so follow [these] steps.

You can change the setting for plenty of different extensions (and add your own custom ones) in the Options under the Miscellaneous section's Files tab. Check out this screenshot to see the location.

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