At 6:01 PM +0100 5/30/10, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
This thread has made me want to have a look at the IDE. Will the base
IDE package be enough, or is there something specific it needs for PHP
development, like a netbeans-php package? I'm using Linux (Fedora 11)
I'm really new at NetBeans and am having some minor questions I was
keeping off-list -- however -- can go on list if there is interest.
As for specific needs that NetBeans requires being an IDE for php,
they make a special one just for php, see here:
Find the one that fits your needs, like the one that covers only php
and download it -- that's what I did.
It's very easy to install and its learning curve is pretty easy.
There are just some minor things that are not obvious, such as
downloading a remote file to your local directory.
You see, I use two different computers and have two accesses to the
same server. Occasionally, I may change a file remotely and my second
computer needs to be updated. I know this could be solved via some
version scheme, but I don't want to make a big production out of it
-- all I need to do is download a remote file, but I didn't see an
easy way to do that.
So, I searched for a couple of hours until I found someone said
"Simply, right-click on the file locally and choose 'download' and
you'll overwrite the file" -- that was simple enough. But I had to
find out how to do it. These are the types of questions I have.
I wanted to ask my questions on the NetBeans forums, but I am having
trouble logging in. They seem to have a problem with my given ID,
password, and email address and I haven't the time to straighten it
all out -- I just want answers -- so I turned to this list.
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