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How can I use the #[ExpectedValues] attribute to indicate that a method or function argument can be 0 or more? And it can only be an integer.

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How do I set the expected value from 0 to infinity?

Hello, this feature request is out of scope of the #[ExpectedValues] design. The attribute goal is to enumerate finite number of expected values.

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How do I set the expected value from 0 to infinity?

How can I use the #[ExpectedValues] attribute to indicate that a method or function argument can be 0 or more? And it can only be an integer.

I would like something like this:


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pull request commentJetBrains/phpstorm-attributes

Adjusting attributes to 2021.1

Also, if CS Fixer would be accepted and added to the project, I could also provide simple Github Actions configuration to run it for every pull request.

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Adjusting attributes to 2021.1

There were some minor changes in the main repository, so I updated them here.

I also added PHP-CS-Fixer as in main repository. I saw that you're using "curly brace in the same line as class name" convention (even with some custom made fixer), but it's against PSR-12, so I just left default codestyle configuration. If you want, I can copypaste braces fixer and apply it here.

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docker-compose relative file path. Error: Can't read compose file project/./v2/../../v2/docker-compose.yml

Our apologies for such a delayed reply. So, we don't use absolute paths in run configurations so that they still worked if you copied the project to a different location. Instead, we consider the path to be relative to the project root. So, in your case, if the docker-compose.yml file is located in the project root as you claim, it's supposed to be something like ./docker-compose.yml. I can't reproduce the issue locally too. Is it still happening in newer PhpStorm versions for you?

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vagrant options are all unusable(like up, reload etc).

That is expected, we no longer use Vagrant for the workshop project. I've removed all mentions of it from the repository. Please use Docker Compose.

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mysql database missing

Sorry for missing the report. If possible, please open the project again, then in Database Tool window select the connection & click on a "Data Source Properties" button: image

Check if you have any error messages or warnings there.

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