KEo, on 13 May 2013 - 08:37 AM, said:
Please tell me what platform do you use (linux/windows etc.) and what eclipse release have you tried?
KEo, forgive me making inproper noise. It was Eclipse problem, not your plugin. Since I installed Helios SR version over JRE 7 version, I was affected with a known Eclipse bug, that prevented me from installing or updating anything. I've sent SR to hell and installed SR 2 instead and now everything seems to be fine. I managed to install your plugin without any extra problems.
The thing is, that I don't see much addition, your plugin brings to the Eclipse and I'm wondering, if I'm getting this wrong or if something failed during install?
I can start a new Yii project, thats OK. I can use option "Configure > Toggle Yii Support", but when I use it I see not much difference.
After toggling Yii support on, I've opened my default controller and I was able to go to components/Controller by Ctrl+Click on "extends Controller" line. But this is something, that comes AFAIK from base Eclipse. I wasn't able to do the same in Controller to display CController. I can't even hover it with Ctrl pressed. I've scrolled few of my classes and views with Ctrl button hold down all the time and I can clearly see, that I can hover or click only class names and functions from current project. I can't use this functionality for anything that comes from Yii. For example, in standard, auto-generated Yii application, in LoginForm.php model, in authenticate() function I can use Ctrl+hover to display UserIdentity class contents, because this class is part of current project. But I can't use the same technique to display ERROR_USERNAME_INVALID constant value, because it is part of CUserIdentity (base Yii class), from which UserIdentity, which is unreachable by my Eclipse.
You're writing about being able to switch between actions and views using Ctrl + hover, but how to use this feature? I'm trying to do this view name in render() function, without any effect.
What should I expect? Maybe I'm expecting too much?