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  • okrogius
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    I would have to fourth it then. I woudln't know what to do without it as far as PHP code goes.

    Event hough it may have some unneeded menus, those cna be turned off and the interface can be reorganized somewhat.

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  • Mony@k
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    vi, pico, vim...
    I asked for normal PHP editor. Currently, I develop in Kate. Tried BlueFish, vslick, vi(and brothers), Quanta - example of not normal PHP editors. Looking something like PHPed, but free.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by [email protected]
    What about normal and free PHP editor for Linux?
    vi, pico, vim...

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  • Mony@k
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    What about normal and free PHP editor for Linux?

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  • Julie
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    PHP Coder here

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  • tubedogg
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    I've heard good things about Dreamweaver MX. I intend to try that one of these days.

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  • phenom
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    Originally posted by Blink|vB
    I tried winsyntax, but it closes my files if I click my scrollwheel
    hmm... not aware of that. Of course, my laptop doesn't have a scrollwheel.

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  • plattopus
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    EditPlus 2 is awesome... I love it.

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  • RandomLove
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    I think most people here agree that using a general purpose editor is better than those php-specific ones because until now, they provide no real advantage. So, just go and pickup your favorite text editor. After all there is no such thing as "the best one", it's all personal preference.

    Check shareware/software sites for editors people use the most:
    1- Tucows sorted by rating: http://www.tucows.com/htmltext95_rating.html
    2- CNET Download.com sorted by number of downloads: http://download.com.com/3150-2352-0-1-5.html?

    Basically try UltraEdit, TextPad, & EditPlus then pick the one you like. They all provide the same functionality. Major differnces I would believe are in the user interface only. Once you get used to one of them you'll like it.

    R.L.

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  • tubedogg
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    Hmm...Try EditPlus again. I don't know how long they've had multi-line search & replace, but at least for the last year. In version 2.11, click the More button next to the Help button at the bottom-right of the s&r window.

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  • fury
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    I use TextPad like Wayne. The bracket matcher is timesaver ^ infinity. I would buy TextPad JUST to have the bracket matcher capability. Although the color coding and auto line spacing after entering is nice too (if a bit annoying at times)

    I've used EditPlus before, and the only feature I miss from it is the multi-line search and replace.

    They should make TextEditPad Plus that combines the best features from each one (hopefully WITHOUT the idiotic interface from EditPad, though. That sucker used 99% cpu time when I moved my mouse over the controls!)

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  • Scott MacVicar
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    I use ultraedit as well and I dont know what i'd do without it, it displays everything i need and the fact i can open my sql dumps is good.

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  • Blink|vB
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    UltraEdit works fine, but it looks like some kid made it in visual basic, and I cant use somthing like that

    And EditPlus is worse

    WinSyntax is ok, and would use it if I could fix that scrollbutton bug

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  • RandomLove
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    I use UltraEdit for everything. I'm not sure what would a php-specific editor have as advantage.

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  • Blink|vB
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    I just cant use somthing like editplus or phpide or ultraedit that looks like some kid made it in Visual Basic

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