A vim plugin to handle symfony and all that stuff
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VimExceptionHandler.php

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Symfony2 plugin for ViM
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This plugin handles:
    * symfony routing autocompletion
    * symfony DIC autocompletion
    * symfony console
    * php stack trace navigation using quickfix list

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Variables:

You can overwride two variables on your .vimrc:

    let g:symfony_app_console_caller= "php"
    let g:symfony_app_console_path= "app/console"

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To handle routing or DIC autocompletion, you must define the path to your app console that returns valid output concerning dic and routing.

Then you can use <C-x><C-u> (user completion feature) to see all routes and DIC services with some extra informations in the ViM's menu popup.

**Symfony interactive console**

If you want to active <Leader>f maps to launch interactive shell:

    let g:symfony_enable_shell_mapping = 1

If you want to change it:

    map *MY KEY* :call SymfonyInteractiveShell()<CR>

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To handle stack trace navigation with Symfony2, you can use this exception handler class:

    https://github.com/docteurklein/vim-symfony/blob/master/VimExceptionHandler.php

Don't forget to require it in your autoload system.

Then you'll have to register the exception listener, for example (in your config_dev.yml):

    services:
        vim.stack_trace:
            class: VimExceptionHandler
            tags:
                -  { name: 'kernel.event_listener', event: 'kernel.exception', method: 'onKernelException' }

To use it in another system, just use the same class by typing:

    // require 'VimExceptionHandler.php'
    VimExceptionHandler::register();