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The scopes language is used in specifying project scopes involved in various kinds of analysis.

In this section:

Defining scopes

Scopes are defined in the Scopes dialog box in the following modes:

  • Manually, by specifying file masks in the Pattern text box. The following elements and structures are used:
    1. The file: modifier. The element is mandatory.
    2. The * asterisk to denote any symbol in a file name or file extension.
    3. Logical operators AND (&&), OR (||), and NOT (!).
  • By selecting files and folders and clicking the buttons Include, Include Recursively, Exclude, and Exclude Recursively. Based on the inclusion/exclusion, PhpStorm creates an expression and displays it in the Pattern.

Examples

  • file:*.php||file:*.twig - include all PHP and Twig files.
  • file^*php&&!file:*test*.php - include all PHP files except those that contain the character string test in their names.
  • file:www/wp-content/themes/my-site-child//*.php||file:www/wp-content/themes/my-site-child//*.css||file:www/wp-content/themes/my-site-child//*.js||file:www/wp-content/plugins/my-site//*.php||file:www/wp-content/plugins/my-site//*.css||file:www/wp-content/plugins/my-site//*.js - include all .PHP, .CSS, and .JS files from the theme and plugin of the WordPress website.
  • file:*.js||file:*.coffee - include all JavaScript and CoffeeScript files.
  • file:*js&&!file:*.min.* - include all JavaScript files except those that were generated through minification, which is indicated by the min extension.

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