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    Exclamation A Good PHP editor

    Does anyone know a good php editor

    Or how to get dzphp to allow me to use it after the 30-day trial

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    Personally, I am big fan of VIM (vi Improved) to do all my code text editing. It is not as cool as an IDE, but it is consistent, and it does formatting and text highlighting based on keywords, braces, quotes, etc. It has built in support for almost any language you can think of too. I like the idea of a consistent interface no matter what language I am using. You can check it out at
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    What OS are you running? I have had excellent luck with BlueFish, http://bluefish.openoffice.nl but is *NIX.

    For Win platforms, I have used HTML KIT http://www.chami.com/html-kit/ and PHPIDE http://www.phpide.de/

    I wish you the best of luck in your PHP code

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    Quanta for KDE (linux)

    http://quanta.sourceforge.net

    also has a lot of php information (books) and good syntaxghliting..

    it's the one for me !!
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    I have Windows 98 it's kinda old but I'm teaching myself PHP on an old computer so this is all I have to work with

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    I have Windows 98 it's kinda old but I'm teaching myself PHP on an old computer so this is all I have to work with
    That's ok Maybe you should check out PHPDev: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/p.../phpdev423.exe it has PHP, MySQL and Apache in one nifty package.

    Good luck!

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    Re: A Good PHP editor

    Or how to get dzphp to allow me to use it after the 30-day trial
    Hmm, let's see... Oh, there's a simple solution for this! You have to register it! Go here and pay $39 and you can use it 31 days, 32 days, or as long as you want!

    FWIW, I do all my text editing with NoteTab Pro of which I happily paid the $19.95 it costs.
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    For any PHP project I do, I use "Zend Development Environment". Syntax highlighting, debugging, and a lot of other functions.

    Very nice for developers. Check it out at www.zend.com
    Bleh.

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    I also use Quanta (mentioned above) I like it. Well I tolerate it. Just because i am to lazy to find something better.

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