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Hi, this is my first post here at DaniWeb, so be gentle! :icon_smile:

I am trying to learn PHP, but first want to set up an IDE on my MacBook, because others have said it will speed up the learning process.

I installed Eclipse PDT All-In-One v2.0.0M2 and it seems to work, but the "code completion" and "function list" features don't work.

Without those features working, I might as well use TextEdit?!

What am I doing wrong??

Thanks,


Amy

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That's weird, the question is from which address was downloaded the PHP Developer Tools. There is a version from Zend based on the latest Eclipse 3.4 that could work. Try this:

http://www.zend.com/en/community/pdt

Thought I would post this for students...

control+space :) or

Eclipse > Preferences > PHP > Editor > Code Assist > Auto Activation
Check "Enable..." and set the time in milliseconds before it activates

Cheers!

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and In my PDT installed in Aptana, there were no auto completion for MySQL functions. Hope that is fixed now. I have switched to netbeans for now

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oh, and you can enable code complete (the tooltip bubble) by pressing control+shift+space

hope this is helpful...

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