On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 11:51 AM, Michael A. Peters<mpet...@mac.com> wrote:
> Martin Scotta wrote:
>> I found extremely un-productive editors or IDEs like Eclipse or Zend
>> I use SciTE.
>> It don't has any feature you are talking about...
>> but it..
>> # do not eat all you ram
>> # starts in a microsecond
>> # opens any type of file
>> # paints the code in pretty colors.
>> # has a little intellisense using pre-written words or api files
> I almost exclusively use bluefish, the closest I come to an IDE for anything
> I do is emacs + AUCTeX for my occasional TeX needs.
> I also use vim and on the rare occasions I'm stuck with Windows, something I
> think called PSPad (not sure, downloaded it awhile back at my parents
> house). I actually have a license for Homesite, but I don't think I can
> install it on their computer and I don't run Windows anymore. That was nice.
> On a Mac - bbedit for everything.
> However, all that being said, I do very little php. Right now though a
> little more than usual.
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over the past little while I have been using
komodo edit (free) - good (more like a text editor with some brains),
good code completion and hinting
aptana studio (free) - eclipse based, bigger learning curve, but lots
netbeans (free) - good, nice interface
Cat, the other other white meat
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