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    PHPEdit needs you!

    I am sure most of you know the PHPEdit PHP-IDE.

    To allow faster developement of the project, the license was changed recently.

    Announcement: http://mail.arecom-sa.com/maillists/...5/msg00009.php
    License: http://www.phpedit.net/products/PHPEdit/license/

    so if you are a skilled Delphi programmer don't hesitate and support this great editor.

    regards,
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    Funnily enough, I'm about to be (brutally forced ) to learn Delphi. Will get in touch when the time comes.

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    Ummm..... and here is me looking forwards to using ZStudio soon.... LoL

    Sorry - I can't see myself using this at the moment 8(

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    What's ZStudio?? I'm kinda looking for a free-liscense IDE at the moment (My ZendDE trial is about the expire)
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    I was refering to Zend Studio2.6 It isn't a free licence either - you've to pay for it.

    I have it at the moment though it needs the Java SDK1.4 which I've yet to download - waiting on this broadband coming to town it seams.

    AOL must be hard pushed at the moment updating all it's customers from dial up to broadband here in the UK as I'm still waiting on the modem etc

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    I found Zend Studio pretty disappointing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richard_h
    I found Zend Studio pretty disappointing.
    ditto

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    I use phpedit and think it is great

    admittedly I don't have zend studio or indeed anything else other than vim and notepad - phpedit is still great though, does everything all the others do and more.
    teckis - that's news to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richard_h
    I found Zend Studio pretty disappointing.
    Quote Originally Posted by firepages
    ditto
    Just curious as to what you found disappointing about it ( apart from the price )

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    Quote Originally Posted by peDey
    Just curious as to what you found disappointing about it ( apart from the price )
    quirky , almost impossible to use on a slower machine, slow regardless, badly laid out(?subjective) , prone to crash (well 'hang/chill out' for a while rather than crash as such)

    more than anything a general 'feeling' of bad juju if you know what I mean , just did not offer enough benefits to outweigh the shivers , looks/feels like it was developed for a JAVA developer not a PHP'r ...or this one at least

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    I use Zend Studio. I love the debugging features but can appreciate the comments made by firepages.

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    Ummm.....

    I can imagine as to why it's slow.... Java. I have an AMD Duron 850 Processor with 256Mb SDRAM.

    Is this fast enough ? Do I need to upgrade ? Hope not as if I need something more than an Athlon 1.4Ghz, a new m/board is in order

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    The trial lags on my Win2k machine with AMD Athlon 950 and 512MB PC-133 RAM. That said, it would probably lag on your system, too. Though it wasn't that bad, you would expect it to be better for its price.
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    I too found that my machine ground to a crawl when I tried out the Zend Studio trial. As I normally have several applications open when I code a site (several browsers maybe, image editors, validators and so on...) the resources are stretched as it is - the last thing I need is a rather greedy code editing environment!

    Recently I am a complete convert to PHPEdit (having been a fan of PHPEd previously). The asking price of (Nusphere's) PHPEd puts me off entirely as too does the cost of Zend Studio, but I was more horrified at my PC being locked up by the lack of speed caused by Zend's offering.

    If I knew how to program in Delphi I would jump at the chance to join the PHPEdit ship - I think it is the Mutt's Nuts

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    I've been a little bit disappointed by PHPedit... but only because I expected so much. For example, I wanted to be able to pass an object into a method and have PHPedit offer me auto-completion on that object's methods (like VS.Net). No dice.

    Does Zend auto-complete that sort of thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firepages
    badly laid out(?subjective)
    Only halfway subjective - there's a whole field out there called "interface design" that Zend have never heard of apparently.
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    I really like the two-mode syntax color highlighting thing. Haven't seen it elsewhere and could really get used to it.
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    PHPEdit sux :-)

    why ?
    "undo" doesnt work on my Windows 98
    it works at the beginning, but after 5 min i doesnt - just there is no option to undo ..

    and there is a lot of other bugs
    and i found there lack of many stuff - indents after new line doesnt work correctly for me

    of course talking about stable version

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    I use Maguma Studio for PHP. Get it from: http://www.maguma.com/en/lightdownload.html

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    Yes.....

    A new CPU is in order I suppose, though for life of you, it's difficult to find an Athlon under 1.8Ghz nowadays, here in the UK it is anyway...

    Egghead - Yer, I have about 3 browsers open anyway before anything else Then there is the CD Player to set the ambient mood and then at the moment it's DW MX.

    Then if I have to go on-line, AOL7.0 My poor machine is just about dead at this point....

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    I use it all the time. I agree that using it on a slower machine sucks. The code completion almost never worked and I did have several hangs on a P3 laptop. Now I use it on a P4 desktop and it humms along great.
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    I noted that the AMD Athlon 1.43Ghz is the equivalant of a P41.8Ghz... So a new chip should be fast enough.... along with another 256Mb Ram...

    Heres hoping

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    I run it on a P4 1.5 with 256mg ram and XP pro. I run that, outlook, smartftp, fireworks, and browsers galore (along with the usual trillian and such) now. My laptop was a P3 1.13 with 512mb ram that was slow.
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