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lamka02sk
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Can PHPStorm's indexing get any slower please???

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  • 3
    Be careful what you wish for... It just might become true. :D
  • 3
    Something really went wrong there. Even with thousands of PHP files it should not take that long (assuming ssd)
  • 0
    I hear you. It is worse when its over a network drive. Thats why i swicthed to VS Code its much faster.
  • 0
    When will people learn...

    Code should be on a local (non budget) SSD
  • 0
    @IntrusionCM Trust me it is on NVME SSD
  • 0
    Check your antivirus, mine got much faster after I excluded the program's and my projects folder
  • 0
    @lamka02sk oookkkkkaaaayyyy ....

    That sounds like a severe bug. Maybe files -/ drive faulty or something else blocking I/O?
  • 1
    @IntrusionCM Yeah, I had like 900kB/s disk read. Definitely something wrong...
  • 1
    @lamka02sk ouuuuchhh....
  • 1
    Sometimes phpstorm scanned my whole drive because it couldn't find something. I probably screwed something up in the config, and so might you. Indexing is actually faster than you think
  • 0
    I love this kind of exclamatory post 😂
    I can feel your frustration 🥳
  • 0
    @ammadfa VScode is much faster because it doesn't understand context and connections between files within the project.

    It's an amazing editor for random source files and projects in static languages, but PHP frameworks are filled with dirty magic. In my opinion, a specialized IDE + indexed code inspections are pretty much mandatory for PHP.
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