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beginning_php thread: Php Editor

Message #1 by Deepak Kumar Vasudevan <deepak@c...> on Thu, 10 Jan 2002 09:43:09 +0530
> Hi,

        Try HTML-Kit from http://www.chami.com. When you are online HTML-Kit can also provide context-sensitive help to any
Keywords, getting the manpages for PHP commands directly from http://www.php.net/ into its internal browser. HTML-Kit weighs about
1.5 MB but has faster servers to facilitate quicker downloads.

        I have also seen some banner ads in some sites for PHP IDE. However I have not downloaded it right. If you wish give it a
try too. But my personal feeling is HTML-Kit is really a fantastic and excellent editor not just for HTML or PHP for any programming
language. It has its own customizable colorizers.

Deepak Kumar Vasudevan



> Subject: Which editor for PHP

> From: "Jon Shoreman" <Jon.Shoreman@b...>

> Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 17:14:07

> X-Message-Number: 4


> I am switching from ASP to PHP.

> When developing in ASP I used MS Visual Studio. I liked this because it

> highlighted different comands in different colours, and made reading the

> code easier.


> Is there a similar editor for PHP?

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------


> Subject: Re: Which editor for PHP

> From: "Jason DeWitt" <roxet@c...>

> Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 11:27:25 -0600

> X-Message-Number: 5


> I use editplus for all my coding needs, it won't give you all the features

> of Visual Studio (like code competion), but it has very customizeable syntax

> highlighting and what not.  And you can use it for any language.  Check it

> out at www.editplus.com


> Jason DeWitt


Message #2 by danostrowski@h... on Thu, 24 Jan 2002 06:21:26

I use it all the time.  Awesome program, IMHO.

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