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Imagick support in PDT [message #1797654] Sun, 04 November 2018 01:36 Go to next message
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hey folks,

i'm using the imagick library (http://php.net/imagick), and since pdt doesnt know these classes, i
parsed the api documentation and created the headers, so pdt provides code completion for them.https://downloader.vip/minecraft-pocket-edition/ https://downloader.vip/counter-strike/ https://downloader.vip/google-play-services/

install instructions:

1. unzip the attached file
2. open ImagickFunctions.php
3. unrar eclipse/plugins/org.eclipse.php.core_x.x.x.xxxxxxxxx.jar (jar -xf <filename>)
4. in the extracted dir, open Resources/phpFunctions5.php
5. paste the content of ImagickFunctions.php into phpFunctions.php, (make sure you insert
before the ?> tag)
6. pack the extracted folder into a new jar with the same name as the original
(jar -cf <filename> <folder>)
7. copy the created jar back to eclipse/plugins
8. start eclipse

hints and suggestions welcome. i'm not sure if php.net contains already the doc for the 2.0.0
version, relased a few weeks back. if someone notices changes, reply to this post and i'll
re-generate the file.

cheers,

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Re: Imagick support in PDT [message #1797674 is a reply to message #1797654] Sun, 04 November 2018 20:58 Go to previous message
Dawid Pakula is currently offline Dawid PakulaFriend
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PDT have Imagick classes built-in. Have you code assist for other built-in PHP functions?

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