Netbeans PHP CodeSniffer Plugin: Now with Options Dialog

Just two days before the International PHP Conference 09 will start I got an email from alexandrehaguiar that he forked my Netbeans PHP CodeSniffer plugin and added the long awaited Options screen. This is just awesome! This way I don’t have to ask the Netbeans guys at IPC all the questions about how to implement it. I merged the changes back into my branch and released a new version which also fixed another small bug. For me it works with both Netbeans 6.7.1 and 6.8 Beta. I want to thank alexandre very much for this awesome contribution.

What you can do now is chose the Coding Standard you want to use in an Options Dialog under the “Miscellaneous” button. You can choose from a list of pre-defined standards, or even enter your own if you use one. Additionally you can disable that warning are shown, so that with any given coding standard you only see the errors.


You can download the new version from the Github Project Downloads page.

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