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Yes, we both have the same plugins (installed and enabled). That's the weird part! We both have the laravel-ide-helper and laravel plugin. I've ran
php artisan ide-helper:generate many times and that doesn't help either (which I can understand, as this doesn't do anything to add interpretation to the IDE, it simply creates a file with classes/type hints).
Edit: after my colleague read this topic and the ide-helper reply, he noted that we might not have ran all the helper calls. There are three,
models and apparently
meta. After running
php artisan ide-helper:meta it works for me as well! Thanks!
Started a new Conversation Code Completion After App(Class::class) In PHPStorm
We use PHPStorm at work. We have a difference in functionality between colleagues, whereas the environments look the same (same plugins, for instance). Consider the following code:
$migrator = app(ModuleMigrator::class); $migrator->up();
A colleague of mine can ctrl+click on the
up() method to navigate to the ModuleMigrator class. I however can't; the IDE does not recognize the
$migrator variable as such. I have to add a type hint,
/** App\Migrators\ModuleMigrator $migrator */ to it before the IDE recognizes it.
Can anyone explain the difference in behaviour? It's very annoying, as renaming a method does not work well if the IDE does not recognize all uses of the method.