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New PHP-IDE - Delphi for PHP

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Hi,

Borland/Codegear recently released "Delphi for PHP" as a new PHP-IDE
with VCL-support. But I didn't find any reviews. Is it worth the trouble
to change or should I stay with ZEND? Many thanks for any experiences!

Steven
Mar 3 '07 #1
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Well i've been looking fr info about it-.. and well till now... i dont
see any major goods that it provides to me... i am still using quanta+
on Linux and use eclipce's PDT when im on windows... also it isnt
multy plataform (Neither quanta is, but i use more linux than
windows)... also... i dont think that something that designs the forms
by itself... and tellsme that all i hgave to do is implement the
logic would be very usefull... specially because of the ajax topic (I
use json and some dojo libraries)

well note that im a linux user... so usually if something doesnt works
on linux... probably i wont like it...

On Mar 3, 11:35 am, Steven Munlo <steve_spam@invalidwrote:
Hi,

Borland/Codegear recently released "Delphi for PHP" as a new PHP-IDE
with VCL-support. But I didn't find any reviews. Is it worth the trouble
to change or should I stay with ZEND? Many thanks for any experiences!

Steven

Mar 4 '07 #2

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Steven Munlo wrote:
Hi,

Borland/Codegear recently released "Delphi for PHP" as a new PHP-IDE
with VCL-support. But I didn't find any reviews. Is it worth the trouble
to change or should I stay with ZEND? Many thanks for any experiences!

Steven
Trial is still not out, so we are all waiting to see this new IDE.

Mar 5 '07 #3

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