On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 7:43 AM, Gerardo Benitez
<gerardobeni...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Mihamina,
> I think that a few number of people use Emacs to write Php, in fact for
> proffesionals porpuse the people use a IDE for Php, like Netbeams, Eclipse
> PDT or Zend Studio.
> Regards,
> Gerardo
> On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 8:21 AM, Mihamina Rakotomandimby
> <miham...@rktmb.org>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> For curiosity, are there people here using Emacs to code in PHP?
>> What modes do you add? cedet, ecb,...
>> I see (just for the example) that Drupal has a short documentation page
>> for Emacs http://drupal.org/node/59868
>> Have you got some in your bookmarks for general PHP coding?
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I use Emacs for editing practically everything. I use a
[php-mode.el](http://php-mode.sourceforge.net/) that is derived from
cc-mode, and works pretty well (except for one annoyance in that it
doesn't recognize octothorpes (#) for comment beginners :P). [Multiple
Major Modes](http://emacswiki.org/emacs/MultipleModes) is also pretty
helpful so you can edit files that mix PHP, HTML, JS, and CSS (which
is NOT a best practice, but sometimes necessary).

The [Emacs Wiki](http://emacswiki.org) seems to be the best place for
finding things in general, but is still not really as good as just
doing a google/bing/ddg search on what you're looking for. *Lots* of
people write about emacs, and there are generous tidbits all over.

Another thing I use heavily are snippets. The best package I've found
for this is the (Yet Another Snippets
mode)[https://github.com/capitaomorte/yasnippet] which speeds up
development quite a bit.

I have a (very limited) info page on Emacs on my wiki:
http://wiki.tamaratemple.com/Technology/Emacs (this is not
advertising; my server is small and won't handle a huge number of
hits; please don't /. it!)

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