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which IDE would you recommend for rather small projects (max. 10000
lines)? It should run with linux. It could be freeware or cost a few
of bucks. It should provide intuitive debugging tools.

TIA Martin
May 15 '07 #1
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Martin Klar wrote:
which IDE would you recommend for rather small projects (max. 10000
lines)? It should run with linux. It could be freeware or cost a few
of bucks. It should provide intuitive debugging tools.
Hi,

you should checkout the prepared packages for PHP on www.easyeclipse.org

hth,
Roy
May 15 '07 #2

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At Tue, 15 May 2007 12:57:12 +0200, Martin Klar let his monkeys type:
which IDE would you recommend for rather small projects (max. 10000
lines)? It should run with linux. It could be freeware or cost a few
of bucks. It should provide intuitive debugging tools.

TIA Martin
I use Quanta+ and Xdebug. I don't think many here do, but I like it.
Setting up debugging wasn't a breeze to be honest, I still have some
unresolved issues. Working on those. Other than that it is quite
complete. Code folding, autocompletion, code insight, highlighting,
auto-indent, html preview, all that.

If you do many projects, small or big, Zend might be worth the $299, or
$99 for the stripped-down version. (No ftp, cvs and remote debugging or
profiling).

NuSphere's PHPed currently ships at $234 (pro), $69 (standard) and
$421(Pro + 3 yrs upgrades + tech support) but only runs on Windows afaik.

Waterproof PHPedit, not too expensive at EUR89. Win only.

PHPeclipse has already been mentioned by others.

Sh.


May 16 '07 #3

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