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    if($awake){code();} PHP John's Avatar
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    There is UltraEdit (www.ultraedit.com) It's not free, BUT it has been the best $35.00 I have spent on software, EVER.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hillsy
    Yeah, Jext is pretty cool, but it didn't seem to do much compared to the likes of TextPad. I can't really remember specifics - I tried it out about a year ago when I was hunting for a free TextPad replacement. What it did, it did pretty well though.
    Well, than you should revisit the web site. Following the quote "Deeper in the beast":

    Edit:

    Jext was created to support Java programming language. But nowadays it can edit many other types of source codes. Among them you'll find C, C++, C#, ASP, PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, TeX, XHTML, XSLT, Eiffel, JSP... Besides it provides advanced features to ease you work. Manage your projects with the bookmarks tool, categorize your opened files through workspaces, directly open zipped files, get a file straight from the Internet, mail your source code, executes system commands within the internal console, type faster thanks to HyperTyper and to the customizable code snippets library, add new features with plugins, discover the advanced editing capabilities, use the internal Python interpreter... Jext meets all your needs ! Developers will also appreciate the open architecture of Jext. Based on GPLed libraries, internal Python interpreter and many XML files, improving Jext is an easy job. You can even write your own plugins (in Python or Java). Just join us.


    Look at the screenshot section to get a first feeling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robo
    EditPlus can do regex replace and column select images/smilies/smile.gif images/smilies/smile.gif

    To do column select, disable word wrap (the W icon on the tool bar), then press Alt+C.

    I use EditPlus to code PHP, C, Ruby, Java and probably any other language I'll learn. I also edit HTML and CSS with it when I'm not using Dreamweaver.

    You can also setup EditPlus to set a shortcut to compile your Java and C file (actually, compiling any language you want), as well as syntax check your PHP file, and it'll display any errors.
    i also use editplus. i need to figure out how to get it to do that..hmm.

    and i use the regex search and replace stuff to practice my regular expressions, since im still learning. its handy dandy.

    edit: nevermind, i figured it out. thats pretty nifty!

    for anyone whos wondering:
    tools->preferences->user tools->add tool->program
    goto your php\cli\php.exe directory (the php.exe in cli was designed for command line), for argumetn choose filepath, initial directory choose file directory, and just check "capture output". voila


    i dont like editors written in java. all the ones i tried, they worked really slow. like the zend ide, that was written in java, it was just really sluggish

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    bulletproof freeware (including text editors):
    http://www.copperdog.org/tech/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefano F.
    Well, than you should revisit the web site. Following the quote "Deeper in the beast":

    Edit:

    Jext was created to support Java programming language. But nowadays it can edit many other types of source codes. Among them you'll find C, C++, C#, ASP, PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, TeX, XHTML, XSLT, Eiffel, JSP... Besides it provides advanced features to ease you work. Manage your projects with the bookmarks tool, categorize your opened files through workspaces, directly open zipped files, get a file straight from the Internet, mail your source code, executes system commands within the internal console, type faster thanks to HyperTyper and to the customizable code snippets library, add new features with plugins, discover the advanced editing capabilities, use the internal Python interpreter... Jext meets all your needs ! Developers will also appreciate the open architecture of Jext. Based on GPLed libraries, internal Python interpreter and many XML files, improving Jext is an easy job. You can even write your own plugins (in Python or Java). Just join us.


    Look at the screenshot section to get a first feeling!
    It still doesn't say anything about stuff that I use all the time. Find and Replace across an entire directory structure for instance.

    Having said that, I do like Jext. It's just Textpad fits better with how I work
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    Give it up for EditPlus! I've been using it for the better part of 3 years, and I'd just like to say that I heart EditPlus.

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    I personally use Zend Development Environment now, but that's not free so i'll go with EditPlus, which i used before splashing out
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    PHPEdit (www.phpedit.net) for all my PHP editing.
    UltraEdit for everything else

    Cheers,
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    jEdit is the way to go. Features:
    - RegEx search/replace in current buffer, all open buffers, directory(ies);
    - Code block folding;
    - Syntax highlighting for a lot of languages (at least all the pop. ones);
    - Scriptable;
    - Plugin support;
    - Multiple files open at once;
    - Easily customizable;
    - The plugins give support for many, many more functions (CVS integration, Ant support, Telnet, &c)

    As a bonus, it runs well even on a Win98 machine (with pittance for RAM).

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    What, no one mentioned vim/gvim ?

    It can do everything you said and more. A little more learning curve, but once you get the movement figured out, you'll never go back! I like it because I do all of my coding on my home bsd box, or linux webserver, or on some other bsd/linux boxes at work. They all have vim setup, and with my .vimrc, they all function the same. I just ssh in, and go to work. There is also gvim for a more gui like editor. Anway, people have made tons of scripts/plugs for vim and its always getting more and more features added. Its also free.

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    Which of the editors mentioned include FTP capability? I am using CuteFTP Pro and quite like the combined editing and FTP functionality, but the quirk that it does not display the path to the file being edited in the title bar is a real problem when editing several index.html files at once.

    So looking for a similar product that handles editing files and connections and display's the file path. Any other functionality like server to server xfer would be great also.

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    UltraEdit32 has FTP built in.
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    I have to agree with the UltraEdit users. It rocks. It has every feature listed in this thread and more.

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    I use Editplus...The best I've seen...

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    Editplus has FTP included

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    Winsyntax is what I use
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    I use several different editors. I used to use Jed a lot, but I got sick of it. Dunno exactly what it was I didnt like about it, I liked it for a while, then just stopped using it. Now I use vim a lot, and also nedit. I know a lot of people that like jEdit. For HTML though, when I was using windows, I used a program called FirstPage. It was basically a fancy text editor optimzed for HTML coding. Its probably still around somewhere. Anyone know if they have released version 3 yet? I remember waiting for that in 2001 or so.

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    Kate is a great choice for linux.. It's got a in built terminal

    while you can try Ace HTMl for win.. http://freeware.acehtml.com/

    But my choice on win - Crimson editor.. Nothing can beat it in simplicity
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    Too many, I use a different one every week.

    I will try some of the editors mentioned here that I haven't used yet.
    Which editors have auto-complete functionality for function names and show the available function parameters? Does any editor use user defined functions/classes for this, too?

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    Zend Editor. I highly recommend it.

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    can ANY of these editors do syntax highlighting for PHP on files with no PHP extensions? I'd very much like to know.

    So far, only Maguma Studio from http://www.maguma.com/ seems to do so.

    plz lemme know if any of these editors can do that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by astericks
    can ANY of these editors do syntax highlighting for PHP on files with no PHP extensions? I'd very much like to know.

    So far, only Maguma Studio from http://www.maguma.com/ seems to do so.

    plz lemme know if any of these editors can do that...
    Crimson lets you do it just by selecting Sytntax Type > php from the document menu.

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    Zend does it automatically if it encounters a PHP syntax.


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