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Re: Best (most Borland-like) PHP IDE+Debugger?

Having never used Borland, I can't say. Could you list some features?

Editors that can debug PHP off the top of my head:
* Komodo IDE
* Zend Studio
* Eclipse PDT
* phpEclipse
* Vim (a bit of extra configuration required)
* Emacs (a bit of extra configuration required)

Thomas

On Nov 20, 10:19*am, A.Reader <anonymou...@ex ample.comwrote:
I got spoilt by the old Borland IDE - I mean the one as it
existed before Borland quit trying to compete with M$'s VisualC.
It was awfully nice, "a great improvement on its successors", to
steal a line from Sir Tony.

Is there anything like it for PHP? *I've been doing development
using the same debugging tools -disclosure code- that we were
using 35-40 years ago! * *It gets old when working on a big
project not to mention slowing things down to a crawl.

I'm already using a very helpful editor (slickedit), so *I'm
covered there. * But it has no debugging capability. *And I don't
have the time to write a debugger myself.

Any suggestions from those who remember the Borland IDE?
Nov 20 '08 #1
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703designs wrote:
Having never used Borland, I can't say. Could you list some features?

Editors that can debug PHP off the top of my head:
* Komodo IDE
* Zend Studio
* Eclipse PDT
* phpEclipse
* Vim (a bit of extra configuration required)
* Emacs (a bit of extra configuration required)

Thomas
Dreamweaver
Nov 20 '08 #2
On Nov 20, 2:14*pm, sheldonlg <sheldonlgwrote :
703designs wrote:
Having never used Borland, I can't say. Could you list some features?
Editors that can debug PHP off the top of my head:
* Komodo IDE
* Zend Studio
* Eclipse PDT
* phpEclipse
* Vim (a bit of extra configuration required)
* Emacs (a bit of extra configuration required)
Thomas

Dreamweaver
I agree. I'm a huge fan of Dreamweaver.
Nov 21 '08 #3

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