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  • #76
    After playing with jEdit and using more of the plugins and customising it, I'm going to be using it for a very long time I think.

    I've got an idea for a plugin that I think I will write as well
    I wrote ImpEx.

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    • #77
      Zend Studio (www.zend.com)

      ActiveState Komodo (www.activestate.com)

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      • #78
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        Originally posted by Gavin.
        crimson editor (http://www.crimsoneditor.com) is great... has built in remote FTP, syntax highlighting for everything, mass search and replace files, smart tabs, has files open in a 'tabbed' situation (kind of like mozilla does).

        Love it

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        • #79
          Originally posted by bluechip
          Just started testing it today and it definately got my vote.

          I didn't like 0.6 Stable, especially, because I was missing using Shift + DEL, CTRL + Insert and Shift + Insert for Cut, Copy and Paste but 0.8 Devel rocks and has everything I need
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          • #80
            ( Sorry if already been posted )

            I use ConTEXT. Really good.

            Search on http://sourcefourge.net for it.

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            • #81
              Not sure if this has been said or not but the eclipse IDE is awesome! get the right php plugin and you've got your self a very powerful editor and the best part is it's all free!!!
              Jon Whitcraft
              Internal Systems Engineer - SugarCRM

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              • #82
                When i took my first steps in PHP (about 3 years ago) i was using jEdit. I thought it was heavy for my old machine so i moved to HomeSite.

                Now i'm using EditPlus and i think it's great because it's really extensible. Now i got a new pc i'll try again jEdit because i liked it when i first used it.

                in Linux i use KEdit

                thanx for the jEdit remider Jerry!

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Gonik
                  When i took my first steps in PHP (about 3 years ago) i was using jEdit. I thought it was heavy for my old machine so i moved to HomeSite.

                  Now i'm using EditPlus and i think it's great because it's really extensible. Now i got a new pc i'll try again jEdit because i liked it when i first used it.

                  in Linux i use KEdit

                  thanx for the jEdit remider Jerry!
                  Ever use dbg ?
                  I wrote ImpEx.

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                  • #84
                    ok. I have read all your comments but I need a bit more information customized to my needs. I am really new to PHP so basically I am looking for an editor that can quickly help me grasp the code. From what I read, it seems that EditPlus is more for an advanced PHP user. Is this correct? Is there not auto fill? Is there any php editor that can allow you go to the code say highlight a variable or function call and hit a shortcut key so it takes you to wherever the item is defined at? What is the best PHP editor for beginners? I am afraid that I may use a too advanced editors that does multiple languages and maybe run in to the problem that it messes up the code the way Macromedia Dreamweaver sometimes does; so even though I have Macromedia and VS.Net available for my use, I was thinking that maybe a dedicated editor would be better for me to use. Am I incorrect in my assumptions?

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                    • #85
                      Noone uses Dreamweaver?

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by globalstrata
                        ..... What is the best PHP editor for beginners?........
                        Any, that is simple.

                        I would suggest getting a very basic editor and concentrating on learning the language, a huge IDE or editor could become confusing and distract you from learning the language or baffle you with settings or config etc.

                        I spent a while using textpad, before I got a grip on the language, then went looking for a better tool to use to write it.
                        I wrote ImpEx.

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                        • #87
                          actually, no. I don't use debuggers. Have you used it? is it good?

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                          • #88
                            http://www.textpad.com/

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