Absolutely true. Even though I haven't learned vi, I have to soon. IMHO, I think I learned php the best way by coding with a no frills editor.... ee With only line numbering and basic search (not search/replace), I think I picked up on php rather quickly, than depending on a debugger to tell me where I went wrong... :) Just my 2cents..
Philip Hallstrom wrote: >Well, this will start a war, but vim is available for windows... take a >bit of getting used to, but once you do it's awesome. and if you end up >on a unix box that has it you don't have to relearn anything. > >-philip > >On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, Mark McCulligh wrote: > > > >>I am looking for a good Development tool to write my PHP in and was >>wondering what people are using out there. >> >>I have been looking at Dreamweaver MX, Zend Studio 2.5 and phpEdit. >>I know UltraDev 4 well with ASP, but the new MX now supports PHP. This >>MX/PHP any good? Zend looks good with the integrated documentation and >>debugging tools. >> >>Thanks, Mark. >>_________________________________________ >>Mark McCulligh, Application Developer / Analyst >>Sykes Canada Corporation www.SykesCanada.com >>(888)225-6824 ex. 3262 >>[EMAIL PROTECTED] >> >> >> >>-- >>PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) >>To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php >> >> >> > > > > -- Gerard Samuel http://www.trini0.org:81/ http://dev.trini0.org:81/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php