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Rob Allen's Blog:
Using PDT with Zend Framework Projects
April 01, 2010 @ 13:38:49

Rob Allen has a new post today looking at using the Eclipse PDT editor with Zend Framework projects to make things like autocompletion and opening files/classes/methods.

I original wrote this as a comment on Victor Nicollet's blog, but I thought I should document it here too so that I can refer other people to the information. These are some tips and tricks when using PDT with Zend Framework that make my life easier.

His examples include the ability to use autocompletion with the Zend_Db component (with some docblock commenting) and the feature to let you open any file/class/method with the help of a few simple keystrokes. There's also a keystroke you can use to find the location of the file you're currently editing in the project's tree.

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