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php – Eclipse PDT and custom PHPDoc annotations

Posted by: admin July 12, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

Is there any way to add custom phpdoc annotation for Eclipse PDT?
For example, I want to see @depends (for PHPUnit) in autocomplete list for comments, but now I can see there only standard annotations (for example, @deprecated) .

Thanks in advance.

How to&Answers:

I assumed there would be a configuration file somewhere, but looking through the various folders in my Zend Studio installation didnt give me the results I was hoping for. Searching Eclipse.org for Content Assist yielded

So I guess the “real” way to add a new Content Assist Context would be to extend Eclipse.

Alternative: Using Templates

The other way to get the annotations would be to add them via Templates. Follow these steps:

  • Go to Window > Preferences > PHP > Editor > Templates.
  • Click New, fill in the dialogue and confirm everything to get back to your editor

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The template is now setup to appear when in the context of a PHP Comment. Go to a UnitTest DocBlock and type @. If Content Assist does not open automatically, hit Ctrl+Space. There should be an option to select @depends now.

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Confirm as you would confirm any other suggestion. This should write @depends and put your cursor right next to it (so you can insert the name of the test).