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    Does anyone have any recommendations for a PHP IDE that supports SVN on Mac OS X? I'd like to keep a website up and running for my programming and would like to integrate everything with the SVN for my C code.

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    Zend Studio is available for Mac OS X.

    At least the Windows version is working fine with CVS and Subversion. I don't think that the Mac version is any different. I don't have a Mac though.
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    • #3
      Zend is the only one that I would recommend at this point.

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      • #4
        I wouldn't reccomend Zend, I tried it and just couldn't get along with it and the user-interface seemed a bit neanderthal Nevertheless, we use eclipse with the PHP and SVN plugins at work and it works fine. Last time I checked Java ran on OSX so you shouldn't have any problems. Good luck.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dean C View Post
          I wouldn't reccomend Zend, I tried it and just couldn't get along with it and the user-interface seemed a bit neanderthal Nevertheless, we use eclipse with the PHP and SVN plugins at work and it works fine. Last time I checked Java ran on OSX so you shouldn't have any problems. Good luck.
          Yeah, Eclipse with PDT (PHP) and Subclipse (SVN) plugins is a very good package and runs fine here.

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          • #6
            Zend Studio is the only PHP IDE that doesn't completely blow IMO. The newest version for Eclipse should make it even better (it has some additional features over PDT). I had tried PDT a while ago and it was severely lacking, but it's come a long way since then. If you don't need the extra features that come with ZS, then that's certainly a good choice.

            I use Zend Studio, and a separate application called SmartSVN for SVN. I haven't found any SVN client built into any editor that gives me the functionality I like, so I always end up using another app.
            Last edited by Chroder; Thu 27 Dec '07, 4:24am.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Chroder View Post
              I use Zend Studio, and a separate application called SmartSVN for SVN. I haven't found any SVN client built into any editor that gives me the functionality I like, so I always end up using another app.
              That's exactly the same combination that I use

              Both work extremely well on Mac OS X.

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              • #8
                Coda?

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