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Postby mark » 2004-03-20 07:42

Hello forum

Which PHP editor do you use?
and why?
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Postby Dimple » 2004-03-21 10:48

I use vim
but there are lots of editors you can use
If you look for a complete IDE I suggest you look at kdevelop
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Postby woody » 2004-07-29 13:46

locally I use Quanta or Bluefish, for edit .php files on remote conections: vi
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Postby Guest » 2004-09-12 08:03

vim.
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Postby DomCleal » 2004-09-14 22:16

If remotely on ssh, nano (yeah!), else if at my desktop (KDE), I use KWrite, syntax highlighting, folding etc and it's pretty lightweight for a GUI editor. Kate is pretty good also (bit bigger, and has more features, uses the same KPart I think as KWrite).
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PHP Editor

Postby djg » 2004-09-15 13:52

Zend Studio

It has a large number of useful features. Good syntax highlighting, function reference and debugging amongst others. There's a 30 day trial available from zend.com.

If I'm debugging code remotely, I use GNU nano.
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Postby Guest » 2004-09-15 17:05

I use jEdit, it's got a great php parser plugin and awesome syntax highlighting, plus it's cross-platform so i can use it at work and home.
http://jedit.org/[/url]
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Postby Butcher » 2004-09-16 09:21

Eclipse, with phpeclipse (http://phpeclipse.sf.net)
Do or do not, there is no try.
http://www.wogen-des-schicksals.de
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emacs + php-elisp + tramp

Postby miikkajo » 2004-09-16 17:02

emacs + php-elisp + tramp

that is just great combination

emacs:
takes awhile to learn but ist really nice when you get hang of it

php-elips:
php syntax highlight and other for emacs

tramp:
remote file access for emacs (ssh,ftp,etc...)
with support for full file operations too (chmod,chown,delete,...)

i have tried other editors too but i allways seem to return back to emacs :)
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Postby sevast » 2004-09-18 11:29

Anonymous wrote:I use jEdit, it's got a great php parser plugin and awesome syntax highlighting, plus it's cross-platform so i can use it at work and home.
http://jedit.org/[/url]


What is this php parser plugin you are use with jEdit? I couldn't find any
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Postby deepsa » 2005-06-13 12:53

Hello Reader,

Visit this
www.scintilla.org

Best IDE + editior for PHP

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