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    a good PHP editor

    Hi,
    I am looking for a good and FREE editor for my PHP development.
    (preferably one that shows line numbers!)

    BTW
    I work on linux

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    http://www.itworks.demon.co.uk/phpeditors.htm

    http://php.weblogs.com/editors

    both have linux editors - that should get ya stared

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    What editor are you using?

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    i suggest crimson editor (see sig), fits on a floppy disc!. You can use it in conjunction with WINE (http://wine.codeweavers.com/) on linux.
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    Originally posted by strum
    What editor are you using?
    I'm devloping on a windows box using phpEd although I have been tempted by dwmx. My linux box died a while ago and haven't had a chance to set it up again - there was a reasonable editor that came with Konqueror.

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    I think one of the best PHP Editors is NotePad.

    However, since your on Linux I guess it would be vi.
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    uh huh

    ah, now, come on you don't REALLY think Notepad is the best PHP editor, do ya?

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    phped

    i'd go with TheOriginalH answer.
    im using phpEd, on a winXP.
    it is clear, good highligtning of php commands and variables. usually does a good work in compleating long varibles names and commands, works pretty good with the php manual as for the help section.

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    Try to get back previous post for your reference, and got one:

    http://www.sitepointforums.com/showt...light=editplus

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    edit plus is Great. I'm using it for two years now, on my windows box.
    If only there was a Linux port for it...


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