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    does not play well with others frezno's Avatar
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    i use Zend Studio and HTML-Kit depending on what i want to do.
    Both have their pro's and con's but together they are a good, useful and handy couple.

    That was an insight of frezno's small world of programming behaviour
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    Just tried UltraEdit, works great on low memory system
    No problem opening 100mb file
    Missing some PHPEdit feature though..
    Speed & scalability in mind...
    If you find my reply helpful, fell free to give me a point

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    One more vote for Edit Plus
    not to mention Dreamweaver MX, of course....
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    I'll take mine raw silver trophy MikeFoster's Avatar
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    UltraEdit-32 !

    I've used UE since its DOS days

    But then, I only play around with PHP. I use UE mainly for Javascript, C, C++, VB, Assembly, etc...

    Edit:

    oh yeah, and HTML too

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    Crimson Editor. Awesome free editor, imho.

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    TextPad. For everything.

    Although I used Crimson once and its automatic braces highlighting was quite handy for PHP.
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    Code-Genie, Weaverslave and Eclipse with a PHP Plugin. (no particular order)

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    EditPlus is very nice.

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    Which one for Linux? I use crimson in Windows...
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    well, I found the answer Kate does suit very well for coding php on linux....
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    I can't believe no-one said emacs yet!

    php-mode is cool - it would be good if it had function autocompletion, but then, maybe that's for lightweights ;P

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    good old notepad for me it's free and comes with crappy windows lol.

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    c:\> copy con myscript.php
    ^Z

    Of course if I don't have access to a commandline, I used editplus.

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    What no Komodo

    Probably one of the first Open Source Language IDE's and probably still one of the best.
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    Crimson editor <-- it's free, but I'd pay for actually even if it wasn't..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaheris
    ... Eclipse with a PHP Plugin
    I use the Xored plugin. It took me a *long* time to find an editor I preferred to using Notepad

    Sean
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    Yep, I use the same, pretty cool, isn't it?

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    I prefer to use two sticks to start a fire. That means I know that I have the knowledge to start a fire. Anyone can use a match or lighter. I've been doing it the same way for many years, and have yet to see a need to change now.

    If you have a deadline (as in, it's your job), then I can see a need for the extra help, but for someone with no deadlines, I see no need to click a button to insert a line of code that I can type in just a few seconds.

    Edit:

    I also didn't mean to imply that people who use other editors don't know how to code, it just came out that way.
    Last edited by MobileBadBoy; Oct 12, 2003 at 12:35.
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    I don't use IDE for macros and stuff like that, I like the help it gives me for organizing a project, aswell as some auto-complete and code-overview features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MobileBadBoy
    I prefer to use two sticks to start a fire. That means I know that I have the knowledge to start a fire.
    There's a certain satisfaction to 'getting primal', but gimme a good ol' flame-thrower any day...

    finally got around to getting UltraEdit, and I like some of it's features, like bracket matching. I have a tendency to miss putting in a closing bracket, from time to time, so this feature comes in handy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaheris
    Yep, I use the same, pretty cool, isn't it?
    IMHO it's the dog's [CENSORED]

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    Quote Originally Posted by W. Luke
    What no Komodo

    Probably one of the first Open Source Language IDE's and probably still one of the best.
    I've always liked Komodo and tried it once upon a time, but it's fairly pricey for commercial use if all you need is a text editor. I would definitely consider getting it if I was doing a lot of heavy duty Python development, in particular.
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    I dled the PHPed Trial I like it alot, but I usually use Crimson or Notepad...

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    DreamWeaver nice and easy to use

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    If only the code DreamWeaver produced was any good!!


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