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IDE does not indent chained methods ('->' at end or beg)


Joined: 23 Jan 2015
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php chained methods code syntax is not getting indented on subsequent lines when '->' is at beginning or end of line. For example:
Code:

$prop= Prop::where('pmgr_id', '=', $pmgr->id)->
where('hapmlstid', '=', $loXml->hapmlstid)->firstOrFail();

The 2nd line does not get indented by phped. I couldn't find a setting for this in IDE options. Is this by design?
Thanks!
Love PhpEd BTW! I'm a new user.
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Yea, this part is a bit buggy, would be nice if they fix it tough.

but...

for ex if you indent yourself 2 ( or 3) of them next will became properly indented with "tab"

but also I have noticed the autocomplate doesnt work in some of those cases, which is also a bit annoying
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I think it is more likely by design rather than a bug. Personally I prefer the indentation aligning at the previous line, then I indent myself accordingly.

I haven't myself seen autocomplete fail; seems to work wherever I place the ->
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Yes, I agree it's fine to do your own indenting, but as soon as you use the "Re-indent Code" option, most of your continuation lines of the same statement line up with the starting line of that statement, rather than lines 2,3,4, etc. being indented 1 level.

It's not just when '->' is used in continuation lines as I mentioned in my original post. It seems PhpEd does this with many multi-line statements.

Code:
for example:
$n= 1 +
    2;

gets re-indented as (not what you'd expect):
$n= 1 +
2;

but:
$n= myfunc($a,
    $b);

does get re-indented as same (it indents the continuation line).


I think most people prefer continuation lines of the same statement to be indented 1 level, for obvious reasons of code readability.

I hope the developer chimes in please?? Smile
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I prefer the indentation aligning at the previous line,,,....!!!

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You prefer this?

Code:
$n= 1 +
$g;
$x= dosomething();
$g= 3 *
$v;
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