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Open-source PHP IDE and Debugger - on Linux

Hi,

I'm looking for a quality open-source PHP IDE and debugger - that runs
on Linux and Windows. But preferably Linux.

Anyone know of any?
Thanks for anyones time,

Michela.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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michela rossi wrote:
Hi,

I'm looking for a quality open-source PHP IDE and debugger - that runs
on Linux and Windows. But preferably Linux.

Anyone know of any?


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Jul 17 '05 #2
It's not yet perfect, lot of missing features, but the best as I know.
http://phpedit.org/

Savut

"michela rossi" <mi*************@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:1e**************************@posting.google.c om...
Hi,

I'm looking for a quality open-source PHP IDE and debugger - that runs
on Linux and Windows. But preferably Linux.

Anyone know of any?
Thanks for anyones time,

Michela.

Jul 17 '05 #3
Savut wrote:
It's not yet perfect, lot of missing features, but the best as I know.
http://phpedit.org/

Savut

I agree with you.

-Ema-

Jul 17 '05 #4
> Savut wrote:
It's not yet perfect, lot of missing features, but the best as I know.
http://phpedit.org/

Savut

I agree with you.

-Ema-


The very best is "Quanta" for Linux http://quanta.sourceforge.net/ . I
used php.edit on windows for a while, and is ok, but not as good as
Quanta or HomeSite. If you use Linux Quanta is the best for PHP and is
Open -source stuff.
Jul 17 '05 #5
Mate wrote:
Savut wrote:

It's not yet perfect, lot of missing features, but the best as I know.
http://phpedit.org/

Savut


I agree with you.

-Ema-

The very best is "Quanta" for Linux http://quanta.sourceforge.net/ . I
used php.edit on windows for a while, and is ok, but not as good as
Quanta or HomeSite. If you use Linux Quanta is the best for PHP and is
Open -source stuff.


Indeed, Quanta would be my first recomendation too.

~Cameron
Jul 17 '05 #6
Cameron wrote:
Mate wrote:
Savut wrote:
It's not yet perfect, lot of missing features, but the best as I know.
http://phpedit.org/

Savut
I agree with you.

-Ema-


The very best is "Quanta" for Linux http://quanta.sourceforge.net/ . I
used php.edit on windows for a while, and is ok, but not as good as
Quanta or HomeSite. If you use Linux Quanta is the best for PHP and is
Open -source stuff.

Indeed, Quanta would be my first recomendation too.

~Cameron

Yes, Quanta is beautiful but hasn't any support for debugging.

-Ema-

Jul 17 '05 #7
-Ema- wrote:
<snip>


The very best is "Quanta" for Linux http://quanta.sourceforge.net/ . I
used php.edit on windows for a while, and is ok, but not as good as
Quanta or HomeSite. If you use Linux Quanta is the best for PHP and is
Open -source stuff.


Indeed, Quanta would be my first recomendation too.

~Cameron


Yes, Quanta is beautiful but hasn't any support for debugging.

-Ema-


All I use quanta for really is the syntax highlighting and the simple
switching back and forth between files, I don't really need debugging.

~Cameron
Jul 17 '05 #8
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004 07:00:09 -0800, michela rossi wrote:
I'm looking for a quality open-source PHP IDE and debugger - that runs
on Linux and Windows. But preferably Linux.


<plug>
Doesn't have built in debugging (yet), but www.gphpedit.org
</plug>

<request>
However, if anyone has experience with C and fancies adding debugging
support, please get in touch.
</request>

<admission>
I haven't done a releae in months - long story, but it's not been in a
releasable state. However, I'm now planning on a new minor release soon
then getting back on the horse fully!
</admission>

Cheers,
Andy
Jul 17 '05 #9

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