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Rod
Hi,

i am looking for a software that will help me to manage my PHP scritps
within an application.
Like a different color, a way to find and access all my classes and
functions, a debugger etc etc.

Do you know a software like that?
I tried http://www.phpedit.com/ but didn't manage to use it.
It does not recognise $_SESSION and stop the debugging!!

Also, my php files are all on a UNIX server . Currently I use ULTRAEdit and
open my files by FTP, so I also need a way to open the files from FTP with
this great tool. (it is not possible with PHP EDIT).

Thanks you very much

Rodolphe
PS: if you also know a web site which speack about PHP with tutorials,
newsgroup, list of scripts, list of best tools to use etc etc, i will be
interressed.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Rod wrote:
Also, my php files are all on a UNIX server . Currently I use ULTRAEdit and
open my files by FTP, so I also need a way to open the files from FTP with
this great tool. (it is not possible with PHP EDIT).


One thing that I have found to be helpful is to use Ultraedit (because I
like the fact I can customize my syntax files) and the scp client found
at http://www.ssh.com

I simply doulbe click the file in the server window of the scp client,
and UE opens it up for editing. When I save and switch back to the scp
client, it prompts me to upload and overwrite the file. Now quite as
slick as editing the file directly on the server, but close.

--
Justin Koivisto - sp**@koivi.com
PHP POSTERS: Please use comp.lang.php for PHP related questions,
alt.php* groups are not recommended.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Rod
hi,

sorry but I'm not sure to understand.
With UltraEdit you can already open files from a FTP server and save them
directly.
This is easy. You don't know something else.
And you even can create a project and associate a list of files from a FTP
server so it can open all of them once.

My question is: do you know a DEBUGGER (a step by step debugger). So you can
execute your script line per line and see the values of all the variables in
a frame (like with C++ etc etc)

"Justin Koivisto" <sp**@koivi.com> wrote in message
news:Jd****************@news7.onvoy.net...
Rod wrote:
Also, my php files are all on a UNIX server . Currently I use ULTRAEdit and open my files by FTP, so I also need a way to open the files from FTP with this great tool. (it is not possible with PHP EDIT).


One thing that I have found to be helpful is to use Ultraedit (because I
like the fact I can customize my syntax files) and the scp client found
at http://www.ssh.com

I simply doulbe click the file in the server window of the scp client,
and UE opens it up for editing. When I save and switch back to the scp
client, it prompts me to upload and overwrite the file. Now quite as
slick as editing the file directly on the server, but close.

--
Justin Koivisto - sp**@koivi.com
PHP POSTERS: Please use comp.lang.php for PHP related questions,
alt.php* groups are not recommended.

Jul 17 '05 #3

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Rod wrote:
With UltraEdit you can already open files from a FTP server and save them
directly.
This is easy. You don't know something else.
And you even can create a project and associate a list of files from a FTP
server so it can open all of them once.


Yes, but not all servers have FTP enabled because of security (like all
the servers I work on)...

--
Justin Koivisto - sp**@koivi.com
PHP POSTERS: Please use comp.lang.php for PHP related questions,
alt.php* groups are not recommended.

Jul 17 '05 #4

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Justin Koivisto wrote:
Rod wrote:
With UltraEdit you can already open files from a FTP server and save them
directly.
This is easy. You don't know something else.
And you even can create a project and associate a list of files from a
FTP
server so it can open all of them once.

Yes, but not all servers have FTP enabled because of security (like all
the servers I work on)...

Why don't you install the FrontPage extensions then you can use HTTP PUT
it's perfectly secure </sarcasm>

Jul 17 '05 #5

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Kevin Thorpe wrote:
Justin Koivisto wrote:
Rod wrote:
With UltraEdit you can already open files from a FTP server and save
them
directly.
This is easy. You don't know something else.
And you even can create a project and associate a list of files from
a FTP
server so it can open all of them once.


Yes, but not all servers have FTP enabled because of security (like
all the servers I work on)...

Why don't you install the FrontPage extensions then you can use HTTP PUT
it's perfectly secure </sarcasm>


*wiping*tears*from*eyes*

Thanks for the laugh!!

--
Justin Koivisto - sp**@koivi.com
PHP POSTERS: Please use comp.lang.php for PHP related questions,
alt.php* groups are not recommended.

Jul 17 '05 #6

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Try the following. Make sure you install the plug-ins for PHP.

http://www.chami.com/html-kit/
"Justin Koivisto" <sp**@koivi.com> wrote in message
news:5q****************@news7.onvoy.net...
Kevin Thorpe wrote:
Justin Koivisto wrote:
Rod wrote:

With UltraEdit you can already open files from a FTP server and save
them
directly.
This is easy. You don't know something else.
And you even can create a project and associate a list of files from
a FTP
server so it can open all of them once.

Yes, but not all servers have FTP enabled because of security (like
all the servers I work on)...

Why don't you install the FrontPage extensions then you can use HTTP PUT
it's perfectly secure </sarcasm>


*wiping*tears*from*eyes*

Thanks for the laugh!!

--
Justin Koivisto - sp**@koivi.com
PHP POSTERS: Please use comp.lang.php for PHP related questions,
alt.php* groups are not recommended.

Jul 17 '05 #7

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Rod
sorry, I did a mistake in one of my sentence (sorry for my bad english).
I said:
This is easy. You don't know something else.
I meant:
This is easy. You don't NEED something else.

Rodolphe

"..
"Rod" <to**@toto.com> wrote in message news:bo**********@home.itg.ti.com...
hi,

sorry but I'm not sure to understand.
With UltraEdit you can already open files from a FTP server and save them
directly.
This is easy. You don't know something else.
And you even can create a project and associate a list of files from a FTP
server so it can open all of them once.

My question is: do you know a DEBUGGER (a step by step debugger). So you can execute your script line per line and see the values of all the variables in a frame (like with C++ etc etc)

"Justin Koivisto" <sp**@koivi.com> wrote in message
news:Jd****************@news7.onvoy.net...
Rod wrote:
Also, my php files are all on a UNIX server . Currently I use
ULTRAEdit
and open my files by FTP, so I also need a way to open the files from FTP with this great tool. (it is not possible with PHP EDIT).


One thing that I have found to be helpful is to use Ultraedit (because I
like the fact I can customize my syntax files) and the scp client found
at http://www.ssh.com

I simply doulbe click the file in the server window of the scp client,
and UE opens it up for editing. When I save and switch back to the scp
client, it prompts me to upload and overwrite the file. Now quite as
slick as editing the file directly on the server, but close.

--
Justin Koivisto - sp**@koivi.com
PHP POSTERS: Please use comp.lang.php for PHP related questions,
alt.php* groups are not recommended.


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