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Content help without creating a project [message #545425] Wed, 07 July 2010 17:41
Miikka Virtanen is currently offline Miikka VirtanenFriend
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I just downloaded Eclipse for PHP today, and noticed it didn't show any content help, such as parameter hints for functions.
After some lurking, I found out the file needs to be in a project for the help elements to show up.

I mostly work straight from an FTP program, WinSCP in this case, and have configured it to open the files in Eclipse.
However, the files opened from WinSCP are not assigned to any project, and thus the content help is not available for those files, unless I add them to a project.

So here's my question: is there a way to get the content help features enabled without having the file(s) in a project?

Any help will be appreciated. Smile
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