Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor

2002-08-09 Thread Negrea Mihai

try nedit from nedit.org
you can download the patterns from the site to do php syntax highlight..

I have combined it with cervisia from kde 3 and made it look smth like an IDE 
:) .. and I've been working 4-6 hours per day for about half an year with it 
with no problems.

I also have tried Quanta but it is too huge for nothing... but if you need 
syntax completion maybe you should take a look at it.

Good luck in your open source trip ;)

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On Friday 09 August 2002 02:11 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 JJ Harrison\ writes:
  I just switched over to Red Hat Linux from Win2k...
 
  Only to find my fav editor only works on windows systems...
 
  could someone suggest a good replacement?
 
 
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 simply vi or vim of pico :)



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Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor

2002-08-09 Thread John Wards

Try Zend studio if you have the mulla it rocks!

http://www.zend.com/store/products/zend-studio.php

John Wards
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From: Negrea Mihai [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Friday, August 09, 2002 12:21 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor


 try nedit from nedit.org
 you can download the patterns from the site to do php syntax highlight..

 I have combined it with cervisia from kde 3 and made it look smth like an
IDE
 :) .. and I've been working 4-6 hours per day for about half an year with
it
 with no problems.

 I also have tried Quanta but it is too huge for nothing... but if you need
 syntax completion maybe you should take a look at it.

 Good luck in your open source trip ;)

 --
 Negrea Mihai
 web: http://www.negrea.net


 On Friday 09 August 2002 02:11 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  JJ Harrison\ writes:
   I just switched over to Red Hat Linux from Win2k...
  
   Only to find my fav editor only works on windows systems...
  
   could someone suggest a good replacement?
  
  
   --
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   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   www.tececo.com
  
  
  
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  simply vi or vim of pico :)



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Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor

2002-08-09 Thread Negrea Mihai

On Friday 09 August 2002 02:29 pm, John Wards wrote:
 Try Zend studio if you have the mulla it rocks!

 http://www.zend.com/store/products/zend-studio.php

 John Wards
 SportNetwork.net

yeah.. and if you have 3-4 netscapes open and xmms for music, kmail for spams, 
mysql and apache locally you'll also have to buy a two GHertz Computer with 
only one of RAM ;)
i have tried zend also, but on my Intel PIII 750 with 256RAM was not worth.

anyway.. everybody takes what it needs.. so evaluate and choose!


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Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor

2002-08-09 Thread EdwardSPL

Is there a php editor for Win2k ?

Negrea Mihai wrote:

 try nedit from nedit.org
 you can download the patterns from the site to do php syntax highlight..

 I have combined it with cervisia from kde 3 and made it look smth like an IDE
 :) .. and I've been working 4-6 hours per day for about half an year with it
 with no problems.

 I also have tried Quanta but it is too huge for nothing... but if you need
 syntax completion maybe you should take a look at it.

 Good luck in your open source trip ;)

 --
 Negrea Mihai
 web: http://www.negrea.net

 On Friday 09 August 2002 02:11 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  JJ Harrison\ writes:
   I just switched over to Red Hat Linux from Win2k...
  
   Only to find my fav editor only works on windows systems...
  
   could someone suggest a good replacement?
  
  
   --
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   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   www.tececo.com
  
  
  
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Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor

2002-08-09 Thread @ Edwin
I'm sure you can also use vim or jedit or Zend's mentioned earlier.

Or, visit this site for more: http://php.weblogs.com/editors

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Is there a php editor for Win2k ?





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Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor

2002-08-09 Thread Jason Reid

Yep. Theres several for windows.

I've used:

-PHP4EE
-Homesite
-Dreamweaver (MX version finally has syntax highlighting)
-Good old notepad
-PHP Coder Pro (What PHP4EE was based on)

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Friday, August 09, 2002 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor


 Is there a php editor for Win2k ?

 Negrea Mihai wrote:

  try nedit from nedit.org
  you can download the patterns from the site to do php syntax highlight..
 
  I have combined it with cervisia from kde 3 and made it look smth like
an IDE
  :) .. and I've been working 4-6 hours per day for about half an year
with it
  with no problems.
 
  I also have tried Quanta but it is too huge for nothing... but if you
need
  syntax completion maybe you should take a look at it.
 
  Good luck in your open source trip ;)
 
  --
  Negrea Mihai
  web: http://www.negrea.net
 
  On Friday 09 August 2002 02:11 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   JJ Harrison\ writes:
I just switched over to Red Hat Linux from Win2k...
   
Only to find my fav editor only works on windows systems...
   
could someone suggest a good replacement?
   
   
--
JJ Harrison
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
www.tececo.com
   
   
   
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Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor

2002-08-09 Thread Aaron Gould

You might want to check the archives.  This topic has been discussed
exhaustively many times...

To name a very small few:

HTML-Kit
Zend IDE
HomeSite
Dreamweaver
jEdit
... and many, many more.

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Friday, August 09, 2002 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Linux PHP editor


 Is there a php editor for Win2k ?

 Negrea Mihai wrote:

  try nedit from nedit.org
  you can download the patterns from the site to do php syntax highlight..
 
  I have combined it with cervisia from kde 3 and made it look smth like
an IDE
  :) .. and I've been working 4-6 hours per day for about half an year
with it
  with no problems.
 
  I also have tried Quanta but it is too huge for nothing... but if you
need
  syntax completion maybe you should take a look at it.
 
  Good luck in your open source trip ;)
 
  --
  Negrea Mihai
  web: http://www.negrea.net
 
  On Friday 09 August 2002 02:11 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   JJ Harrison\ writes:
I just switched over to Red Hat Linux from Win2k...
   
Only to find my fav editor only works on windows systems...
   
could someone suggest a good replacement?
   
   
--
JJ Harrison
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
www.tececo.com
   
   
   
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