Friday, April 10, 2009

"Writing Eclipse plug-ins in PHP"

The GSoC proposal starts gathering scores. Why this idea is so important? PHP developers have a lot of requests for improving the IDE. Why wait for mercy of project committers? Imagine that you can easily use the language (that you're not afraid of) for adding some new functionality to your lovely IDE. Isn't it great? William Candillon, the student that has proposed this project participated already in GSoC in 2006, 2007 and 2008. I'm quite confident that his participation this year will be felicitous for him and for the community too :)

5 comments:

Seva (Wsevolod) Lapsha said...

That was my idea, remember? :)

P.S. The GSoC link reports that I
"do not have the required role".

Michael said...

Seva, you had a lot of crazy ideas like this - I can't remember all of them :) I think you have to register there in order to access the proposal.

Seva (Wsevolod) Lapsha said...

I did register of course and then the message appeared...

Willliam Candillon said...

Hello,

You can find some details of the proposal here: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Gsoc/2010/proposals/E4_PHP

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