"Any Framework" Support in 2.0

Good morning everyone!

I'm testing PHPStorm for like 30 days and 90% of my work currently its in CakePHP. I was reading the roadmap for 2.0 and i saw there this info:

Any framework" support mechanism via ability to supply extensive metadata about autoload & magic infrastructure

And reading about the EAP builds in the blogs, i've been reading about symfony and zend support. But what about CakePHP? Will we have some wonderful feature in 2.0, like automagic, load, etc. Or support will be "general". I just need to know that before buying!

Thanks in advance

Gustavo

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Framework support contains many aspects, and some of them just can't be made "user-serviceable" in current versions. Initial set of features will be published with 2.0 Release and others will be rolled out with updates.

Please watch
http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-451
http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-760

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Is there anywhere to see an example or get some help about creating the command line tool support from the newest eap?

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Right now you can click "Show in editor" on autogenerated ZF or Symfony descriptors to get an insight. Detailed docs will be published later, as schema is not yet finalised.

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Not sure what that means, I'm not a ZF or Symfony developer. Tried to create a new project with symfony files but now I'm stuck :-/
All I find about this feature is a tiny xml and a small xsd

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Well, as I already said, the docs will be published later.

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So, if any Zend/Symfony dev here managed
to produce something for this feature,
don't forget to share.. ;)

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wow 666 posts you've got there

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They dont need to produce anything - both ZF and symfony commandline tools have dedicated support. However it works by generating same descriptors as you may create by hand.

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