Okay, I've scoured the web, asked Google 30 different ways, and still haven't
found a solution to my new-found problem, so I'm hoping somebody on this list
can help me. When I was running Eclipse 3.0 with some version of PHPEclipse,
any time I would hover my mouse over any home-grown or php-specific
functions/methods, it would give me at least the list of arguments it had.
If it was a home-grown function/method, it would also show any javadoc-style
headers, if available... I upgraded to the newest version of Eclipse, along
with all the plugins (including PHPEclipse & Subclipse), and now that feature
Bottom line: while hovering the cursor over any built-in PHP function will
give a tool tip that shows what it's arguments are & a short description, it
will absolutely NOT show the same for my functions (whereas my old version of
Eclipse did). Please, please, PLEASE tell me how to turn this option back on
if you know how, or let me know where I should turn. Thanks.
Thanks in advance.
- Dan Falconer
Head Geek, PartsLogistics.com
Received on Sat Nov 5 06:09:53 2005