Command Line Tool Support
PhpStorm supports running commands of popular third-party or user-defined PHP tools: Symfony 1.1+, Symfony2, Zend Framework 1, Zend Framework 2 (ZFTool), Yii, Composer, Drush 5.8+, Laravel and Doctrine (Symfony console-based), WordPress Command Line Interface.
The page shows a list of all PHP-specific and custom command line tools integrated with PhpStorm. Tools with inconsistencies in the .xml descriptor are marked with . See PHP command line tools for details.
Tooltip and shortcut
When the checkbox in this column is selected, the commands defined within the corresponding command line tool can be executed from PhpStorm.
In this field, specify the character string to use in command calls instead of the full path to the tool.
For example, by default, PhpStorm assigns the following aliases:
This read-only field displays the path of the PHP engine for the local or remote PHP interpreter, through which the tool commands are executed. For details on configuring PHP interpreters, see Configure local PHP interpreters and Configure remote PHP interpreters.
In this field, specify the location of the tool's executable file.
This read-only field shows the official name of the third party command line tool. The column is available only if the Show tool type checkbox is selected. For custom command line tools, the fields in this column are empty.
Show tool type
If this checkbox is selected, the Type column is added to the table of available tools.
Click this button to open the Command Line Tools dialog and select the tool to integrate with PhpStorm. Depending on your choice, PhpStorm opens one of the following dialog boxes for specifying the location of the selected tool:
Click this button remove the selected tool from the list.
Click this button to change the definition file of the selected tool.
Reload command list from executable
Click this button to refresh the list of commands of the selected tool.
Open definition in editor
Click this button to open the .xml file with commands of the selected tool in the editor. See Define your own command line tool.