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I'm running Sublime Text 3 with the following Packages:

"PHP Companion" "Package Control", "PHP Completion" "PHP Getter and Setter" "PHP Grammar" "PHP Snippet"

Everytime I start sublime PHP automatically added to ignored packages like so:

"ignored_packages":
[
    "PHP"
    "Vintage"
],

I've tried commenting out "PHP" from ignored packages and saving it, as well as deleting it completely from "ignored_packages" and saving it, but then every time I start Sublime up, it puts it back.

Does anyone know what might be causing this error? How could I fix it? If you need any more information, please comment and let me know

Thanks!

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Presumably to avoid conflicts, the PHP Grammar package disables the the default PHP package

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I'm the author of the package. It disables the native PHP package to avoid conflicts.

You don't need to fix anything. That said, php-grammar doesn't provide PHP completions or snippets, those are provided by their separate packages:

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