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[nycphp-talk] Zend offer

Webapprentice webapprentice at onemain.com
Fri Feb 14 12:50:46 EST 2003


I use Homesite as my all-purpose editor.


Carlos Hoyos wrote:

>This is actually leading to an interesting question (think it was already
>posted a few months ago)
>
>What editor / development platform are you guys using?
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>I use Eclipse for other languages, but the php plugin is still too
>pre-alpha.
>Editplus I really like: lightweight, but still very beefy (regular
>expression, user definable syntax & auto complete...), but missing cvs, so
>good only for smaller one-man projects.
>
>Now the big challenge: I got an enterprise project (here comes the magic
>word again -- let's not get religious ;).  Big team, close deadlines,
>parallel development, and  I'm very convinced about using PHP for this one.
>
>Suggestions on how to build the ultimate development platform?  What else
>besides Zend should I be consider? Anybody used other software development
>products with PHP (Rational Rose and ClearQuest are on my mind...)
>
>
>Carlos
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>I've been using EditPlus http://www.editplus.com/, a simple text editor
>with
>auto-complete and elementary syntax help.  It does not offer any debugging
>capability.  Has anyone used the Zend Studio debugging and if so what does
>it offer?
>
>Rudy
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Michael Welsh [mailto:welsh_michael at hotmail.com]
>Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 8:42 AM
>To: NYPHP Talk
>Subject: [nycphp-talk] Zend offer
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>The Zend Studio offer looks inviting.
>
>I usually do my work in a simple text editor -  metapad
>(http://www.liquidninja.com/metapad/) in windows or Kate and Quanta
>(http://quanta.sourceforge.net/) in Linux.
>
>Do I really need this IDE?  I am comfortable in a text editor, but, I'm not
>a zealot for *the purity* of it.  Obviously it is a matter of personal
>choice.  I'm open to opinion/suggestion and would like to hear from others.
>
>Then again, who could resist "support your local community at the same
>time."? Let me reach for my wallet. <grin>
>
>Michael
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