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naderman
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PHP Editor/IDE

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Hi,

what PHP Editors/IDEs do you use? I'm asking because I am thinking about which one I should use. I have used PHPEdit and xemacs so far and I don't want to pay anything for it ^^ (Well Zend Studio and NuSphere PHPEd are the best ones I think but they're expensive) and do you think integrated cvs is useful?

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If you like to get hold of Zend Studio less expensiv, join there mailinglist... every now and then they offer savings on purchase of there products. :)

At least I have received offers...

They also have special price students.

/Marcus

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I use PhpEdit when I write PHP scripts :) :
http://www.phpedit.net/products/PHPEdit/index.php" target="_blank
- upsTex

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mf22cs wrote:If you like to get hold of Zend Studio less expensiv, join there mailinglist... every now and then they offer savings on purchase of there products. :)

At least I have received offers...

They also have special price students.

/Marcus
I got Zend on their buy 2, get 3rd for free. Two of my friends and I bought licenses. I didn't know they offered discounts to students. o_O

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At first thanks for your replies. I think I will stay with PHPEdit for now and hope it's development will continue fast so I will get more features soon :D And I'll think about Zend Studio and I might look for student's price. If you have any other suggestions fell free to keep posting :D

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the_dan
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I'm personally liking dreamweaver, but I've never really looked elsewhere.

Dan

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I use Dreamweaver MX 2004 but I'm finding it a bit bulky. Hunting around at the moment for a lighter weight IDE with highlighting and SFTP support.

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try TSW Webcoder - has most of the dreamweaver features, and much more light weight. But you might want to change the Syntax Highlighting colours.
Rob

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an editor i find good is arachnophilia (http://www.arachnoid.com)

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how about notepad?

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