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PHP IDE quick answer wanted.

Yeah I know this has been done before, but it usually gets into a spitting
contest.

I run Slackware Linux 9.1 with KDE 3.14. I recently finished about 200,000
lines of code (http://www.jaya123.com see demo) in PHP using just the nedit
text editor. (You really DO learn the langauge without an IDE.)

For next project I thought maybe I would use an IDE... if for no other reason
than easier debugging (as opposed to peppering the code with "echo"
statements!)

What IDE's do any of you guys who run Linux use. I don't want to know why,
just what you use, if anything (and Vim and Emacs won't work for me... I've
tried and never got the hang of either.)

Thanks....and let's not start a flame war.

Al C.

Jul 17 '05 #1
3 1596
In article <WS******************@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com >,
"Al. C" <no*************@adams-blake.no.spam.com> wrote:
Yeah I know this has been done before, but it usually gets into a spitting
contest.

I run Slackware Linux 9.1 with KDE 3.14. I recently finished about 200,000
lines of code (http://www.jaya123.com see demo) in PHP using just the nedit
text editor. (You really DO learn the langauge without an IDE.)

For next project I thought maybe I would use an IDE... if for no other reason
than easier debugging (as opposed to peppering the code with "echo"
statements!)

What IDE's do any of you guys who run Linux use. I don't want to know why,
just what you use, if anything (and Vim and Emacs won't work for me... I've
tried and never got the hang of either.)

Thanks....and let's not start a flame war.

Al C.


So if you know this is done before, you know about Zend, right?

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DeeDee, don't press that button! DeeDee! NO! Dee...

Jul 17 '05 #2
Michael Vilain wrote:
In article <WS******************@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com >,
"Al. C" <no*************@adams-blake.no.spam.com> wrote:
Yeah I know this has been done before, but it usually gets into a spitting
contest.

I run Slackware Linux 9.1 with KDE 3.14. I recently finished about 200,000
lines of code (http://www.jaya123.com see demo) in PHP using just the nedit
text editor. (You really DO learn the langauge without an IDE.)

For next project I thought maybe I would use an IDE... if for no other
reason than easier debugging (as opposed to peppering the code with "echo"
statements!)

What IDE's do any of you guys who run Linux use. I don't want to know why,
just what you use, if anything (and Vim and Emacs won't work for me... I've
tried and never got the hang of either.)

Thanks....and let's not start a flame war.

Al C.


So if you know this is done before, you know about Zend, right?


A., I didn't know it ran on Linux.
B. I didn't know if anyone actually used it.

Thanks,

Al C.

Jul 17 '05 #3
Al. C wrote:
Michael Vilain wrote:

In article <WS******************@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com >,
"Al. C" <no*************@adams-blake.no.spam.com> wrote:

Yeah I know this has been done before, but it usually gets into a spitting
contest.

I run Slackware Linux 9.1 with KDE 3.14. I recently finished about 200,000
lines of code (http://www.jaya123.com see demo) in PHP using just the nedit
text editor. (You really DO learn the langauge without an IDE.)

For next project I thought maybe I would use an IDE... if for no other
reason than easier debugging (as opposed to peppering the code with "echo"
statements!)

What IDE's do any of you guys who run Linux use. I don't want to know why,
just what you use, if anything (and Vim and Emacs won't work for me... I've
tried and never got the hang of either.)

Thanks....and let's not start a flame war.

Al C.


So if you know this is done before, you know about Zend, right?

A., I didn't know it ran on Linux.
B. I didn't know if anyone actually used it.

Thanks,

Al C.

On both counts, A and B, you've got to be kidding...What self respecting
PHP IDE wouldn't run on Linux (remember LAMP?..Linux is the "L") Zend
Studio is *the* best
(http://www.zend.com/store/products/zend-studio.php). However, Komodo
3.0 may also serve you, it is a multi-language tool, see a review here:
http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2004/11/04/komodo3.html.

Then there is also Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org), but it does require
some assembly...I have never used it personally.

You may also want to look here for more advice:
http://www.php-editors.com/

Rick B

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Sent via Evolution 2.0.2 running on a Gentoo Linux 2.6.9 kernel
Jul 17 '05 #4

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