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Old 02-17-2006, 04:54 AM   #1
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Default PHP Editor 2006 Beta (Windows)

I came across this editor , which is freeware. It seem very comprehensive and useful.

All-in-one editor to edit, debug, analyze and publish PHP scripts
Numerous of enhancements for developer deployment and productivity
Syntax highlighting and support for PHP, HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, Perl, JavaScript, VB, C#, Java & SQL, and more...

Anyone that knows anything about it?

I'm looking into learning more about PHP and Java Script and need the right tools to use for this purpose, as Nvu doesn't support databases or scripting.
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Old 02-17-2006, 04:07 PM   #2
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That one is new to me, but you can read about the 2005 version at PHP Editor Review
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Old 02-17-2006, 04:51 PM   #3
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Mostly favourable comments, I'll stick with it - at least to learn on.

I couldn't help but noticing that a large proportion of those programmer types seem to have a hard time spelling english, perhaps their first language is PHP!
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I couldn't help but noticing that a large proportion of those programmer types seem to have a hard time spelling english, perhaps their first language is PHP!
Perhaps they are dyslexic. Not a joke - I have found numerous times that many people in IT actually are dyslexic (in various "gradations"). Presumably they manage quite well in programming because there is no problem with guessing at spelling or interpreting a word: everything is strictly defined and the vocabulary is limited; dealing with a natural language is a lot harder.

   
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I came across this editor , which is freeware. It seem very comprehensive and useful.
I just looked at the feature list and while it sounds interesting and seems to have some desirable features what I note is no mention of any integration with any source control software. That would be a requirement for me - maybe it's there but there is no detailed feature list. Sounds worth a look for most people though.

My current workhorse editor is UltraEdit - no specific syntax support for PHP, but configurable syntax highlighting for any language you wish (many out of the box, some downloadable contributions, and you can cook your own). And too many advanced features to sum up here, but I depend on many of them. "Best Application" award at the 2005 Shareware Industry Conference should tell you something.

   
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That one is new to me, but you can read about the 2005 version at PHP Editor Review
Have you used this editor with Dreamweaver 2004? DW has a feature to use an external editor, which I have never done. The code view is good for HTML,
but maybe not for PHP.
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I have not tried this.
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I like Codelobster PHP Edition
It is my vafourite free PHP editor
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