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I'd like to see this improved myself. I'd like to see syntax coloring added first, since to me it's an important feature that's missing.
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Right on.
Please we need JS Support soon. I was so desperate that I installed VS.PHP because it is said to support JS. Cool But there are many coding limitations with VS.PHP (no relative pathes to include files, ...) and I couldn't get it working with my current project. Evil or Very Mad

Please hurry. THX
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dmitri wrote:

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I hope it will come in June 2009
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Still no support Sad
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limex wrote:
Right on.
Please we need JS Support soon. I was so desperate that I installed VS.PHP because it is said to support JS. Cool But there are many coding limitations with VS.PHP (no relative pathes to include files, ...) and I couldn't get it working with my current project. Evil or Very Mad

Please hurry. THX


Bump Mad
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Nowadays when the majority of web-sites have JS\Ajax (and some popular libraries like jQuery as well) front-end it's must have that web ide supports JavaScript (at least code completion). Without support of JS PhpEd will quickly became an outdated editor.

So here's a question to PhpEd team: Is there any new real estimations of when support of JS\Ajax will be included?
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Well said mauzer_tim. PHPed WILL become obselete without JS support.
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I completely agree. I have to use other editors for JS project parts now, but it is more convenient to have everything at one place.

I like phpEd, but the lack of some crucial features (like JS and semantics analyzer) together with some major PHP-related bugs (like buggy support for PHP's interfaces) are a real drawback.

Fortunatelly, I am trying to solve these major bugs with phpEd's support and it seems, that they will do something with them finally after several e-mails with bug descriptions, test PHP files and persuading, that it is really a buggy behavior.

I still try to hope for the best, but I believe, that at present it is only matter of time for PHP&JS programmers, that they move to the other IDE's completely, if phpEd does not take a second breath.
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JS Support


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I realize the size of the project is rather large and want to wish you well on this endeavor.

I too need to expand the debug capabilities to include js files. At least the ability to use breakpoints and see var values would be a great help.

Thanks in advance.

Bill S.
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Debugging javascript has no place in the IDE, since implementations are browserspecific.

FireFox:
http://getfirebug.com/javascript

Old IE:
http://www.jonathanboutelle.com/how-to-debug-javascript-in-internet-explorer

New IE:
Use the console (F12), also has breakpoints i think
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Javascript/jquery support


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I have not seen a reply from nusphere regarding javascript/jquery support for quite some time. I think they initially said they were working on it in 2008 Sad
Aptana(Free) has recently reworked their IDE completely in the past year or so and already has the javascript/jquery capabilities almost entirely integrated.
How about getting on this folks... it is sorely needed.
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Exactly. The silence is a tad scary.
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Um.... is anyone manning the boards?
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advanced javascript support
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