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Plugin ACCPC has been updated to version 1.2.2
(Auto completion for custom PHP classes)
- Parsing performance dramatically increased
- Fixed memory leak in ListFiles()
- Checksum DB of parsed files is now saved and loaded (increases performance)
- All windows can be closed with ESC key
Last known errors have been fixed and the plugin was tested by different people, so it is not in the beta state anymore. But if someone find new bugs, please report them to me and I will try to fix them asap. Thanks! :-)
Also I have been asked to release the source code of this plugin, so I created a new project on sourceforge where you can download the compiled binary and the source code with your preferred SVN client. Sadly, I still hadn't enough time to clean up my ugly code and it seems that line indents looks very bad everywhere - except in my IDE. I hope it was not a bad idea to publish the source code. It is a little bit embarrassing... Anyway, I hope someone finds the plugin useful and can use it while working on his/her projects.
The new project is hosted here:
Greetings & thanks for testing: Sven
Thanks for the source!
Thank you very much for this plugin. It makes things a lot easier.
I was wondering if it would be possible to also code complete when you are inputting an object's static functions and variables. Such as User::, with the loading of the autocomplete box on the second colon, as well as variable completion of the ::$,
Apparently you read my mind 30 minutes before I knew what it wanted. Thanks for the update.
what a coincidence! Some minutes ago a released a new version which supports static and constant attributes and static methods. ;-) There are some other useful features included, like a list with all of your classes (double clicking their attributes & methods opens their file & jumps right to the declaration).
Have a look here: https://sourceforge.net/p/notepad-plus/discussion/482781/thread/4db62b22/
And thank you very much for your suggestion! I appreciate it very much. :-)