Jan G.B. wrote:
2010/4/16 Adam Richardson <simples...@gmail.com>:
On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 5:55 PM, Jason Pruim <li...@pruimphotography.com>wrote:

On Apr 15, 2010, at 8:55 AM, tedd wrote:

 At 4:13 PM -0400 4/14/10, Al wrote:
Incidentally, about formatting scripts, one of the reasons I like phpEdit
is that it has a terrific code beautifier.  You can set it for phpDoc or
Pear rendering. And, it auto indents, etc. as you enter stuff.


Unfortunately, there is no phpEdit version for the Mac.

Currently, I use GoLive (without all the WYSIWYG bloatware), but it
limitations are showing. I like Eclipse, but the learning curve is high and
has more features than I need.

Hey tedd

I just recently started using netbeans and it looks like it may fit the
bill... it's simple enough to understand but can be extended if you want to.
It also runs better on my Mac then Eclipse ever did. Just something that
might be worth checking out :)

+1 Netbeans

+3 Netbeans
 + it's able to manage huge projects and huge files,
 + has the best code completion and
 + I'm not missing any features but one. ;-)

It also runs great on linux. IMHO it beats the Zend IDE, Eclipse as
well as Komodo Edit /ide.

+googol Joe

It runs in a terminal!

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