On this page:
Mess Detector Page
for Windows and Linux
for OS X
The page is available only when the PHP plugin is enabled. The plugin is bundled with PhpStorm and activated by default. If the plugin is not activated, enable it on the Plugins page of the Settings / Preferences Dialog as described in Enabling and Disabling Plugins.
On this page, choose the Mess Detector script to use.
Mess Detector Dialog
The dialog box opens when you click next to the Configuration drop-down list on the Mess Detector page.
Use this dialog box to configure local Mess Detector scripts, scripts associated with remote PHP interpreters, see Using PHP Mess Detector, and configure Mess Detector's behaviour.
The left-hand pane of the dialog box shows all the configured Mess Detector scripts, one of them is of the type Local, and others are named after the remote PHP interpreters with which the scripts are associated. When you select a configuration, the right-hand pane shows its details.
To configure or edit the Local script, select Local
and specify the location of
phpmdin the PHP Mess Detector path field.
To configure a new script associated with a remote PHP interpreter:
- Click on the toolbar.
In the Mess Detector by Remote Interpreter dialog box that opens, choose the remote PHP interpreter to use the associated script from.
If the list does not contain a relevant interpreter, click
and configure a remote interpreter in the CLI Interpreters dialog box
as described in Configuring Remote PHP Interpreters.
When you click OK, PhpStorm brings you back to the Mess Detector dialog box where the new Mess Detector configuration is added to the list and the right-hand pane shows the chosen remote PHP interpreter, the path to the Mess Detector associated with it, and the advanced PHP Mess Detector options.