Symfony Plugin

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2018-09 (4.9)
Photon (4.8)
2018-12 (4.10)


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Plugin for the Symfony 2 and 3 PHP Web Development Framework.

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Eclipse Versions: 
2018-09 (4.9), Photon (4.8), 2018-12 (4.10)
Platform Support: 
Windows, Mac, Linux/GTK
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Date Created: 
Thu, 2012-03-08 18:50
Development Status: 
Production/Stable
License: 
GPL
Date Updated: 
Tue, 2018-11-27 10:26
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DateRankingInstallsClickthroughs
December 2018219/887126 (0.05%)8
November 2018213/939337 (0.05%)23
October 2018182/943474 (0.07%)15
September 2018210/941323 (0.06%)11
August 2018200/939344 (0.07%)9
July 2018204/940352 (0.06%)13
June 2018201/947344 (0.07%)12
May 2018201/954371 (0.07%)13
April 2018203/946370 (0.07%)8
March 2018190/961433 (0.08%)26
February 2018165/940451 (0.1%)11
January 2018182/945444 (0.09%)11
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Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 16:11
ctominaga's picture

Is there any forecast for version Symfony 3?

dpakua's picture

Works fine with 3.0. You have to change container path in project preferences

bgibbins's picture

My environment is Windows 10, PHP 7.x, Symfony 3 and Eclipse Mars. I am working on a console based application (no php web interface). How do I setup the plugin and eclipse so that I can run my Symfony Console Command and have debugging active? I typically test my app from the windows shell with php bin/console vendor:project:command. I have seen evidence on the net that this is possible but I cant seem to get figure out how. Thanks in advance

bgibbins's picture

Hello I am new to PHP, Symfony and the combination of both in eclipse and it has been sometime since I even used eclipse. I am struggling to understand how I actually get this to work. That is - how do I actually evoke the symfony console command environment from within eclipse? My environment is Windows, PHP 7.x Symfony 3 and eclipse Mars release. The PHP solution I am building is all console command based and does not have a web interface. So I want to b able to execute my command script from a symfony aware shell and be able to debug etc. I believe this is possible but searching the web has not provide clear insight as to how.

pman's picture

From long time I can't update plugin. Trying to update Symfony Plugin got always the same error:

An error occurred while collecting items to be installed
session context was:(profile=epp.package.php, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases.Collect, operand=, action=).
No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.sourceforge.jsonedit.core,0.9.55.201507041248
No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.sourceforge.jsonedit.feature,0.9.55.201507041248

dpakua's picture

our binaries are stored on bintray. Are you able to download plugins directly? For example this: http://dl.bintray.com/pulse00/pdt-extensions/release/0.0.3/plugins/org.s...

You can also add update site manually: http://p2.pdt-extensions.org

While install/update make sure "Contact all update sites during install to find required software" is checked.

pman's picture

Reinstall of plugin resolved problem. Thank you.

ecokeley's picture

The Update Site: pulse00.github.com/p2
Doesn't exist.

jmbarrosjr's picture

No repository found at pulse00.github.com/p2/.

:(

dtataje's picture

the Composer is user friendly and easy
Twig is very usable.

finally I'm going back to use eclipse for my php projects

imerayo's picture

Nice features!!!

-> Composer
-> Phing
-> Twig
-> Doctrine