Phpstorm Psr12

Posted : admin On 1/29/2022

PhpStorm comes with a configurable convention, which specifies that the project root folder is also the root for the packages and namespaces. In other words: the project root folder is by default marked as Source and every directory created under it is considered a separate namespace. This complies with the PSR-0, also known as the Autoloading Standard, which prescribes that classes and namespaces in PHP should match the directory and file structure, and vice-versa.

  • PHP CodeSniffer rules for Laravel coding style (PSR-2 variant) Authored by fossbarrow IO. Php codesniffer ruleset for laravel projects. Squizlabs/phpcodesniffer 3.3.1.
  • PHP Coding Standards Fixer¶. The PHP Coding Standards Fixer (PHP CS Fixer) tool fixes your code to follow standards; whether you want to follow PHP coding standards as defined in the PSR-1, PSR-2, etc., or other community driven ones like the Symfony one.

According to PSR-4, any directory can be explicitly assigned a namespace prefix. With this project structure, autoloaders in different PHP frameworks become interoperable.

Assume that we have already set up PhpStorm with VVV. Now we want to integrate WordPress coding standards. $ vagrant ssh Check that phpcs has already been installed with WordPress coding standards. PSR-12 は、コーディングスタイルガイドである PSR-2 の拡張および置き換えと、基本的なコーディング標準である PSR-1 への準拠が必要になります。PSR-12 の目的は、PSR-2 と同様に異なる作成者のコードを理解する(読む)際の認識の摩擦を減らすことです。.


Detecting namespace roots automatically

When you open a project that contains at least one file with a namespace, PhpStorm displays a message with a proposition to set the namespace root.

Accordingly, when no namespace root has been configured yet and you create a class, PhpStorm proposes to configure the namespace root.


You can also trigger namespace root detection by choosing Code Detect PSR-0 Namespace Roots from the main menu. The Directories dialog that opens, shows the folders under the project root folder with the project root folder marked as Source, which means that it is the root for all the namespaces in it. Accept the settings by clicking OK or configure the namespace root manually as described below.

Learn more about marking folders in Configuring folders within a content root.

Configuring namespace roots manually

  1. In the Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S, go to Directories.

  2. The right-hand pane of the Directories page that opens shows all the content roots configured in the project. As a rule, there is one content root which is the root folder of the current project.

    The central pane shows all the folders under the selected content root. Select the folder to be treated as the namespace root and click Sources.

    It is perfectly fine to configure multiple source roots: PhpStorm will treat each of those as a namespace root and provide namespace hints for files underneath them. For example every subfolder of a vendor folder can be marked as a namespace root. In the example below, we have two namespace roots: one for the actual application and one for a vendor folder:

  3. To configure a namespace prefix according to PSR-4, click next to the relevant source folder (namespace root), and specify prefix to use in the Edit Root Properties dialog. To have the prefix applied to the automatically generated code too, select the For generated sources checkbox.

Phpstorm Reformat Code Psr 12


Phpstorm Psr 12

Go has post-fix return types, but no syntax marker:
func (varname Type) retType {
Or if doing multiple returns:
func (varname Type) (retType1, retType2) {
Rust's coding style guide is [FIXME]:
However, the example code puts spaces on either side of the syntax marker:
// Function that returns a boolean value
fn is_divisible_by(lhs: u32, rhs: u32) -> bool {
// Corner case, early return
if rhs 0 {
return false;
// This is an expression, the `return` keyword is not necessary here
lhs % rhs 0
If I'm reading it correctly, Scala uses a colon with no preceding space:
(Disclaimer: I've never actually written in Rust or Scala.)
Those are the other postfix-return-type languages I know of off hand.
So that's one for double-padding, one for single-padding, and one N/A. :-)

On 1/5/16 1:47 PM, Jeremy Lindblom wrote:
> Hack/HHVM docs show examples with no space before:
> Are there any other programming languages that have return types
> defined in a similar manner that we could review?
> --
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> Co-founder of the Pacific Northwest PHP Conference
> <> (@PNWPHP <>)
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> <> (@awsforphp
> <>)
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> <> project
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> Angeles (Santa Monica or Irvine). Contact me for me more information.
> On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 10:49 AM, Alexander Makarov
> <[email protected]
> <mailto:[email protected]>> wrote:
> Another argument is that in natural languages ':' is used without
> a space before it and with a space after it.
> On Tuesday, January 5, 2016 at 2:03:42 PM UTC+3, Alexander Makarov
> wrote:
> What it originally was is:
> function doit(): boolean;
> What's proposed is the following:
> function doit() : boolean;
> It's a single space after for many implementations so I don't
> think it's good to change it:
> Thoughts?
--Larry Garfield