It's too easy to install a web server, PHP, and MySQL on your own
computer and test everything locally. Apache works on Windows and *nix,
or you can try OmniHTTPd or PWS/IIS. PHP is a simple download and follow
the install instructions, and MySQL has an installation program, it just
takes a minute. 

---John Holmes...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pag [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 4:59 AM
> Subject: [PHP] PHP editing environment
>       Hi, i am new to the list and i am quite impressed with whats
> on over
> here. Anyway, just have a small question.
>       Have been coding php for a while now but i still havent found a
> stable
> (easy and not time consuming) way of working in PHP, i mean, i use
> homesite5 to code and when i want to test the php i upload the scripts
> test them on the site. This process is a bit time consuming, so i
> installed
> php on my winXP, but even like that i can only test small things using
> master editor.
>       Anyone know how i can make my work more efficient? Like install
> MySQL and
> PHP and get everything working normally when i preview the code in
> internet
> explorer, that would be perfect, is it possible? How do you guys and
> work with php, what editors and/or tools you use?
>       Thanks.
>       Pag
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