Syntax errors not going away even after they are fixed Follow
I have been using PhpStorm for a few months. This issue seems to appear after I have updated to the latest version (6.0.2), but I am not sure if this is the cause of my problem.
The problem is that, when I am editing the PHP file, the syntax error doesn't go away even I am very certain that I have fixed the highlighted error.
Here are a few examples:
#1. When I write something like "$x = 1;", the editor prompts me that the local variable $x is unused. Fine. But this won't go away even I use $x later on.
#2. I use the autocomplete feature a lot. So for example when I want to type "$this->getSomeObject($id)", I can only just type "$this->getS" and press [enter] to let PhpStorm outputs something like "$this->getSomeObject()".
Now, as "getSomeObject()" expects a pareter, PhpStorm would underline this line with red, saying that "Required parameter $id is missing". Fine. However, this error won't go away even I fill in the missing piece.
Which means that the IDE will still underline the line "$this->getSomeObject($id)" and complain that I "Required parameter $id is missing".
I see similar problems everywhere in my code, where PhpStorm reports of "unused local variable", "required parameter missing", "undefined variable" etc. never go away. Not even after I reopen the offending file.
Reopening the project can eliminate the outdated error highlights, but similar errors will occur again.
I tried removing the .idea folder, but it doesn't seem to help.
Is there anything else I can try? Will a reinstall fix this issue?
Thanks in advance.
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Please try "File | Invalidate Caches..." -- very useful if having problems after upgrading from one version to another.
Exactly what I'm looking for. Thank you very much!