PHP support in 9.0beta? HOW?

Do I need to start PHP project  below my HTTP server  DOCUMENT_ROOT path? It is very stupid. Who expose PHP code under HTTP document_root?  That kind for PHP projects was good, maybe 10 (or more) years ago! Today, everybody keeps  only simple index.php loader over there, but all PHP source is outside HTTP server context.

It is also unclear how to create PHP project from scratch? There is no PHP module on the list:
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I suspect I should choose Java module, right? Weird.
And I also have to point to my project which has to be in context of HTTP server visibility. Weird #2.
And PHP is not displayed on the list of available technologies (even if it is active as a plugin). Weird #3...
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It is all confusing and non intuitive...

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http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/WI/WebIDEEAP

Jaroslaw Zabiello wrote:

Do I need to start PHP project  below my HTTP server  DOCUMENT_ROOT path? It is very stupid. Who expose PHP code under HTTP document_root? That kind for PHP projects was good, maybe 10 or more years ago. Now, everybody keep  only simple index.php loader over there (but all PHP source is kept outside HTTP server context).


It is also unclear how to create PHP project from scratch? There is no PHP module on the list:
Image:screenshot1.png
I suspect I should choose Java module, right? Weird.
And I also have to point to my project which has to be in context of HTTP server visibility. Weird #2.
And PHP is not displayed on the list of available technologies (even if it is active as a plugin). Weird #3...
Image:screenshot2.png

It is all confusing and non intuitive...

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Unfortunately the forum software sees '+' characters in the URL as formatting characters, so they get stripped out. The correct URL (posted using the "Insert Raw HTML" option) is:

http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/WI/Web+IDE+EAP

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I'm having the same issue.  I have IDEA Ultimate 9.0.1.  I have no clue how to enable PHP functionality;  it doesn't appear as a new project option, and I see no settings or other configuration for it.  I'd think based on how the other plugins work, this would be obvious, but it's escaping me.  Your suggested link points to Web IDE, which I don't have and isn't out yet.  I'm under the impression the same kind of functionality should be available in the IDEA version I have.  The help documentation references PHP obliquely but without any real detail on setup or configuration.  The PHP plug in my plug list appears as active, bundled, version 0.1 and the link in the plugin is dead.  A search through the forums seems like it's so obvious that nobody else is having any problem in this area.  Can you point me in the right direction?

Thanks...

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In your projects you can edit PHP / JS , for exploded war format you can
setup run/debug php.

On 25.01.2010 10:36, Eric Byrnes wrote:

I'm having the same issue.  I have IDEA Ultimate 9.0.1.  I have no clue how to enable PHP functionality;  it doesn't appear as a new project option, and I see no settings or other configuration for it.  I'd think based on how the other plugins work, this would be obvious, but it's escaping me.  Your suggested link points to Web IDE, which I don't have and isn't out yet.  I'm under the impression the same kind of functionality should be available in the IDEA version I have.  The help documentation references PHP obliquely but without any real detail on setup or configuration.  The PHP plug in my plug list appears as active, bundled, version 0.1 and the link in the plugin is dead.  A search through the forums seems like it's so obvious that nobody else is having any problem in this area.  Can you point me in the right direction?

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