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    Findus: Can't do anything more then agree with ya, altho I spend some time in Dreamweaver. Btw, you got any good site with vim tips ´n tricks (set up quick commandos, etc. - you get it) tbh I find both the in-program manual and the man pages very very very disorganized and messy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerislavLopac
    I see nobody's mentioned ActiveState Komodo. It's absolutely the best.
    I'll second that.

    The only downfall so far is the code folding, which is ugly IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thr
    If I'm on windows it's Dreamweaver 8, yeah I know =P But most of my work is done in a linux env. and here Vim rules supreme . But tbh Dreamweaver 8 is realy realy realy nice for web development, in the standard appearance it kinda blows but I could post a prnt scrn on my setup later tho.
    Windows version of vim: http://www.vim.org/download.php#pc
    But I guess you already knew it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweatje
    I like vi because it is pretty much ubiquitous in *nix environments.
    Me too. On Win systems I use Notepad for the very same reason. If I could just use a pen and a sheet of paper I'd be as happy. I must admit a search and replace functionality with regex support might come handy at times, but I don't miss it all that much. As to highlighting, I can perfectly do without. I find code completion to be quite intrusive.
    At work, everybody uses EditPlus and although I'm still resisting, there seems to be some forces (read colleagues) trying to drive me into it ... don't know how long I'll be able to avoid it
    There’s more than one way to skin a cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerislavLopac
    I see nobody's mentioned ActiveState Komodo. It's absolutely the best.
    I use Komodo and consider it to be the best PHP IDE available. Unfortunately, all PHP IDEs fall well short of the standard set by Visual Studio (yes, I have tried the PHP plugin for VS and it sucks )

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyberfabrikken
    Just curious - Does anybody use Scite ?
    I was curious to check it out because I've read about it before but never downloaded it. Just installed it and it seems great. I like to be able to use the same editor both in windows and linux. My first impression is that it seems very good and it's very easy to use and compile with C too

    I'm going to give it a try

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    http://www.rayninfo.co.uk/vimtips.html <- there you find a lot of usefull snippets and stuff that are helpfull.

    The help-system just takes some time to get used to, once you get more used to it you will see that its highly usefull, specialy when creating your own functions etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanf
    I use Komodo and consider it to be the best PHP IDE available. Unfortunately, all PHP IDEs fall well short of the standard set by Visual Studio (yes, I have tried the PHP plugin for VS and it sucks )

    Sean
    Gotta agree with you about Visual Studio.
    I just started doing a lot of .NET stuff and the Visual Studio Express interface is to die for.

    I use TSW Webcoder 5 for my PHP development. Webcoder 2005 has really good PHP AND MySQL integration (select databases, you can view the table schemas, intellisense for PHP function etc), but I cannot vouch for it ... I downloaded it to try it out and it just seemed really buggy and I never bought it. I've used Webcoder for almost 4 years now though and its a solid product if you you can find the old versions.

    Right now I'm about to try Komodo, Eclipse and PHP Designer.
    PHP Designer would have been my favorite for sure, but they don't have an auto preview function and were very obstinate (almost) combative about putting it in.

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    I tried SciTe and one major drawback is that isn't possible to display multiple windows at the same time. This feature is of big importance for me so I have to say good bye to SciTe

    I'm now going to try PHP in the editor Emacs which I have previously experiences of. Is anybody here programming PHP using Emacs?

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    I just got the new version of PHP Designer (its now 2006) and it simply BLEW MY MIND!
    That is one talented kid coding that program. You guys need to try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikeo
    I just got the new version of PHP Designer (its now 2006) and it simply BLEW MY MIND!
    That is one talented kid coding that program. You guys need to try it out.
    I'm using it too... very good IDE for PHP/XHTML/CSS/Wathever coding =)
    let's groove..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoL
    I tried SciTe and one major drawback is that isn't possible to display multiple windows at the same time. This feature is of big importance for me so I have to say good bye to SciTe
    I do believe it's possible by setting up additional buffers, but that requires mucking aroundin the config file(s). If you like SciTe, you might want to look into it.

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    For a couple of years I used Eclipse with PHPEclipse. This is great, because I write applications in both Java and PHP, thus I could use one editor for both. At some point I just got fed up with PHPEclipse, so I used TextMate for 30 days and just HAD to buy it afterwards. It's a great app! I have to do my SVN work from the command line now instead of using an Eclipse plugin, but that is a small price to pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33degrees
    I do believe it's possible by setting up additional buffers, but that requires mucking aroundin the config file(s). If you like SciTe, you might want to look into it.
    I installed Emacs and PHP, I'm in love

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    I use Crimson Editor. Don't make fun of me! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gusto
    I used TextMate for 30 days and just HAD to buy it afterwards. It's a great app! I have to do my SVN work from the command line now instead of using an Eclipse plugin, but that is a small price to pay.
    You know you can do SVN commands from within textmate.... just Ctl+Shift+A to bring up the menu?

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    rossriley: Wow, that I didn't know about . Thanks.

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    xcode works for me
    Ohai!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossriley
    You know you can do SVN commands from within textmate.... just Ctl+Shift+A to bring up the menu?
    I prefer to use svnX for my subversive needs, the smart mode is very intuitive.

    In any case, another happy textmate user here, it's definitely my favorite text editor, and it's probably the one piece of software I miss the most when I'm working on my pc at home.
    Last edited by 33degrees; Feb 27, 2006 at 10:43. Reason: spelling

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    Textmate

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    Vim, UltraEdit and Zend Studio here... depending on what I'm doing

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    I use notepad, cause.. I just like it, and its preinstalled on windows os

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    Quote Originally Posted by elecktricity
    I use notepad, cause.. I just like it, and its preinstalled on windows os
    You're kidding ... please say you're kidding ?

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    Only one person mentioned Zend.. I do use it.. I wonder if I'm missing something here
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    Zend is good, but there are much cheaper and less resource-hungry alternatives out there that are equivalent.


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