On Friday, April 26, 2002, at 01:33  PM, Tom Beidler wrote:

> Could someone suggest a good php editor for the mac? I'm currently using
> Dreamweaver because I like the site management and a wysiwyg html 
> editor.
> But otherwise it's a bummer because it doesn't support php.

The ultimate Mac editor is BBEdit.  I use it night and day.  6.5.2 has 
syntax coloring for PHP, Perl, Python, JavaScript, HTML, XML, about a 
dozen other languages too.  Runs native in OS X.

Also you can use emacs if you have OS X, it's already installed.  But I 
prefer BBEdit.

BBEdit is only $79 if you "upgrade" to it from BBEdit Lite, which is the 
free version available at BareBones.com.  I asked the BareBones folks 
how they verify that someone actually has BBEdit Lite since this is 
free, and they said they don't -- you just tell them you want the 
discount for the upgrade.

There is also a full version demo of BBEdit that has all of the 
features, which works for 25 days or something like that.  Check it out, 
I did and promptly ordered my copy within a few days.



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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