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[nycphp-talk] OT: EditPlus

Mike Clark mike at mike-clark.org
Fri Feb 14 20:12:19 EST 2003


Ive tried em all, editplus, ultraedit, synedit plus bluefish and quanta
plus for linux and until recently I didn't find an editor I really liked
- they all seemed to lack something.  And then I found Jedit -
http://www.jedit.org/ and I haven't looked back since.  It offers
everything I ever wanted, very fast and available for windows and linux.
A really nice feature it offers is folding of functions and classes -
really slick.

Another editor worth mentioning is phpedit - currently only for
windows.  http://www.phpedit.net/

well thats my too cents


On Fri, 2003-02-14 at 14:55, Freedman, Tom S. wrote:
> Excellent!  I just recently installed Linux on my laptop (yes, up till now
> I've been programming PHP on Windows (with SQL Server for the DB)... so now
> I'm going LAMP for experimentation purposes and I was trying to figure out
> what editor to use.  I've been using Quanta just 'cause it came with the
> distro.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Shiflett [mailto:shiflett at php.net]
> Sent: Friday, February 14, 2003 2:23 PM
> To: NYPHP Talk
> Subject: RE: [nycphp-talk] OT: EditPlus
> 
> 
> --- "Freedman, Tom S." <tfreedma at ubspw.com> wrote:
> > I can't say enough good things about UltraEdit, which sounds like a
> > competitor for EditPlus (which I've never used).  It's definitely a
> > winner, though.
> 
> I've used both, and EditPlus doesn't come close to UltraEdit. EditPlus is
> probably superior to Macromedia stuff, FrontPage, and other editors with
> more
> fluff than features. If you're wanting a "Windows-friendly" editor, you'll
> be
> hard-pressed to find an equal to UltraEdit.
> 
> He's also working on a Linux version, so the large number of programmers who
> keep a Windows box around just to run UltraEdit can get rid of it. :-)
> 
> Chris
> 
> 





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