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  • #31
    Combination of :
    • Zend Studio for Eclipse - Professional Edition
    • Kate
    • JEdit
    • TextPad


    Depending on enviroment and project; lots of Zend & Kate atm, with jEdit creeping back up the list.
    I wrote ImpEx.

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    • #32
      Homesite 5.5, nothing beat it for me.

      It could use PHP5 syntax color soon though.
      Radio and TV Player for vBulletin

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      • #33
        I prefer dreamweaver, its colour coding makes it much easier to comprehend.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Pozei View Post
          I prefer dreamweaver, its colour coding makes it much easier to comprehend.
          Homesite is embedded in Dreamweaver nowadays, it's it that makes the color coding, hence why the old peeps still use the old version... They don't make them separate anymore. *shakes fist*
          Radio and TV Player for vBulletin

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          • #35
            Sue, sue them sue them with a lawyer named 'Sue-Anne'

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Remi View Post
              Witch php editor do you realy realy, recommend

              Hi all

              I am looking for a fantastic php editor to start learning php seriously.

              Please don't recommend Notpad, I know that already

              I am looking for somthing kind of visual with intellisense and and not very expensive. (free wiuld be great)

              I hope I am not asking for to much

              Thank you very much in advance
              I would like to recommend any editor with a spell checker. I have a feeling you're gonna need it.
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              • #37
                lightphpedit for windows. I'm not a fan of anything that does wysiwyg, in my experience the code is pretty convoluted.

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                • #38
                  Try this one
                  http://www.nusphere.com/products/phped.htm

                  Advanced PHP profiler. PhpED profiler shows executing time for each line, function or module of the code with tenth millisecond's precision. You can locate all the bottlenecks quickly and efficiently. Profiler saves all the timings among multiple sessions so your can compare them and evaluate your improvements
                  http://www.nusphere.com/products/php_profiler.htm

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