Hey guys - so the doc block comments don't work property for a few types.
In Skipper when you select a UUID column, that should always be cast to a string.
In Skipper, you select a
timestamp but in Laravel that would be considered a
\Carbon\Carbon instance, and even added to the "dates" array over the casts array. The doc comments say "timestamp" which isn't a valid type and does not support autocomplete features. This forces us to overwrite the type in the parent model.
Example would be:
@property \Carbon\Carbon $created_at
Not sure the best way to handle this on your end, but maybe provide an option to have a custom doc block cast type in Skipper so if you're making use of a custom caster of sorts, that would make it easy to just provide the actual class name which would be referenced in the blocks...