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By default, PhpStorm is configured to check for updates automatically and notify you when a new version is available. Updates are usually patch-based: they are applied to the existing installation and only require you to restart the IDE. However, sometimes patch updates are not available, and a new version of PhpStorm must be installed.
When PhpStorm updates to a new major release, it opens the What's New in PhpStorm tab in the editor with information about the changes, improvements, and fixes. To open this tab manually, select Help What's New in PhpStorm.
If PhpStorm does not have HTTP access outside your local network, it will not be able to check for updates and apply patches. In this case, you have to download new versions of the IDE and install them manually as described in Standalone installation.
If you installed PhpStorm using the Toolbox App, it will suggest you to update the IDE when a new version is available.
Automatically update all managed tools
Open the Toolbox App and click in the top right corner.
In the Toolbox App Settings dialog, expand Tools and select Update all tools automatically.
If you disable this option, you will need to click Update next to any instance when a newer version comes out.
You can also configure the update policy for every managed IDE instance separately.
Configure the update policy for a specific instance
Open the Toolbox App, click next to the relevant IDE instance, and select Settings.
In the instance settings dialog, expand Updates.
If necessary, select to keep using the current major version to make sure that the Toolbox App does not update the current IDE instance to a newer major version when it comes out.
If you did not choose to automatically update all tools, you can select to automatically update this particular IDE instance.
Select the update channel to use for this IDE instance:
Update to Release: Update only to stable releases that are recommended for production.
To Release and Early Access Program: Includes updates to beta releases, release candidates, and EAP builds, which are not recommended for production and include feature previews.
If you installed PhpStorm manually, the standalone IDE instance will manage its own updates. It will notify you when a new version is available. You can choose to update the current instance, download and install the new version as a separate instance, postpone the notification, or ignore the update entirely.
On Linux, it is not recommended to manually update an existing standalone PhpStorm installation to a newer major version. You should always extract the downloaded tarball to a clean directory. See Standalone installation for details.
If you installed PhpStorm using root privileges, you should use the same level of privileges to update the IDE.
Configure the update policy
To manage the PhpStorm update policy, open Settings/PreferencesCtrl+Alt+S and select Appearance & Behavior System Settings Updates.
If the IDE instance is managed by the Toolbox App, these settings will affect only plugin updates.
The Updates page contains the following settings:
|Automatically check updates for|
Select whether you want PhpStorm to check for updates automatically and choose an update channel.
You can choose the update channel only if you are using a stable version. For EAP builds, the channel is always set to Early Access Program.
Check for updates immediately.
Alternatively, from the main menu, select Help Check for Updates on Windows or Linux, or PhpStorm Check for Updates on macOS.
|View/edit ignored updates|
Show the list of updates that were ignored. These updates will not be suggested until you remove them from the list of ignored updates.
If you remove several updates from the ignored list, only the most recent will be offered for download when you check for updates.
|Show What's New in the editor after an IDE update||Open a tab with information about new features and improvements after a major IDE update.|
If you installed PhpStorm as a snap package, it will manage updates automatically. All snaps are updated automatically in the background every day. You can also get the latest version of all snaps manually at any time by running the following command:
Or if you want to update only the PhpStorm snap:
The third build of the PhpStorm 2019.2 EAP (192.4787.17) is now available!
With this build you can try the following new features: PHPT support, new intentions in String Juggling Toolbox, Method Breakpoints via gutter, shell scripts support, automatic suggestions of related files while you commit to a VCS.
As usual, all the updates from Web, DB, and the IntelliJ Platform are included!
Download PhpStorm 2019.2 EAP from the EAP page or via the JetBrains Toolbox App. Or, if you have the previous PhpStorm 2019.2 EAP build (192.4488.6) installed, you should soon get a notification in your IDE about a patch update.
Looking to contribute to the PHP interpreter source and join the PHP Internals core team? That could be a tough task if you don’t know C well. The best way to start contributing to any open source project is to write documentation or add tests! Fortunately, for the latter, you only need to know PHP. Tests for PHP are written in special .phpt files, which are basically a set of PHP scripts and additional information divided into several sections.
Well, PhpStorm 2019.2 comes with support for .phpt files!
- Highlighting for sections and scripts
- PHP and INI languages auto-injection to corresponding sections
- Completion of section names
- Jump to files referenced in EXTERNAL sections
Please let us know what you think and report new issues for missing PHPT features or any bugs you find!
Learn more about writing tests for PHP source in this tutorial by Sammy Kaye Powers. You can also find useful information on PHP TestFest Tutorials, PHP Internals Book, and qa.php.net.
New Intentions in String Juggling Toolbox
PhpStorm can help you with routine string manipulations. Whenever you need to split a string, change quotes, convert interpolation to
sprintf call, or maybe concatenation to interpolation – just press Alt+Enter on a string and choose the appropriate action from the list.
In PhpStorm 2019.2, we’re extending this list with a couple more neat additions.
Let’s say you have a long
sprintf expression, but you need to replace some substring and make it a parameter. Simply select it, press Alt-Enter, and PhpStorm will choose the correct place for a parameter for you:
The same trick works when you need to extract a part of a string and concatenate:
Method Breakpoints via the gutter
As you debug, sometimes you want to find out whether the execution flow goes into a certain function, i.e. whether the function did or did not run. To do this, you had to find the first executable line in a function body and put a breakpoint on it.
Starting with 2019.2, PhpStorm will support method breakpoints, so all you’ll need to do is place a breakpoint on the function declaration line and instead of a round icon you’ll see a rhombus.
Predicting forgotten files
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When you’re forming a commit, the upcoming PhpStorm 2019.2 will suggest that you include the files you typically modify, together with the files you’re currently committing.
Show history for directory works through Git log
In PhpStorm 2019.2, it will be possible to select several folders in Project View and see all changes in any of these folders. Select the folders you want to check the changes in, and then choose Git Show History from the context menu.
Support for Shell Scripts
PhpStorm 2019.2 will provide rich editing support for shell scripts, including word and path completion, rename refactorings, code generation (Cmd+N), and a number of live templates (Cmd+J).
The upcoming PhpStorm 2019.2 includes integration with several external tools to enhance the shell script support even further.
For detecting possible errors in your script, the IDE will prompt you to install the inspection tool named Shellcheck, which can detect a ton of issues and provide quick-fixes for them.
PhpStorm 2019.2 will also integrate with the external formatter engine known as mvdan/sh. When you invoke the Reformat Code action for the first time, the IDE will suggest installing this tool, and once that’s done PhpStorm will properly format your shell script.
The upcoming release of PhpStorm will have integration with the Explainshell website. Starting with this EAP build, you can select a command in the editor and press Alt-Enter on it. The IDE will then take you to Explainshell where you’ll find a detailed explanation of the selected command.
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For the full list of changes in this build, including both bug-fixes and improvements, see the release notes.
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