> >Here's some Linux ones that satisfy this requirement:
> >1. Zend IDE: Nice, but $$$ is the big inhibiting factor.
> There's a Zend Studio for-non-commercial use version available for
> free. It's based on version 2.0 of the product, fully functional.
I would have to say that Zend Studio is tops, and worth the money (if you got it).
Lots of cool features that make coding easier like curly brace matching, f1 help to
the manual, debugging, function parameters and types show as you type them (even user
defined functions if the file is opened) etc.
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