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Old 9th September 2008
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Hi!

What php editor for FreeBSD do you use and recommend? I have a Windows machine with NuSphere PhpED for writing my php scripts, but I need a php editor for FreeBSD too. I can't find anything in the ports tree.

So, what php editor do you use under FreeBSD?
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http://geany.org/

It can serve as a full IDE:
http://geany.org/Documentation/Screenshots

.. or as a simple small editor:
http://toya.net.pl/~vermaden/gfx/fluxbox-geany.png

It supports a lot more languages along with snippets, while being small and not bloated.
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geany looks good, I think I'll try it.

Btw, I've found this one too:
http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/
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Bluefish has been my choice for years now. It's really good for PHP projects.
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I'll inform Bluefish's author, who is three doors down the corridor here
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geany looks good, I think I'll try it.

Btw, I've found this one too:
http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/
If you do not need info about functions like that:
http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/screenshots/funcref.png

Then geany is as good, but I dunno if blowfish also supports nippets as geany does.
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editors/vim (vi improved) works for me.

If you're new to Vim, then try the vimtutor command, I found it very helpful when I was new to Vim (Many years ago).
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jEdit is also pretty cool. There are tons of plugins you can use.
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Really? Great then, you do that. Let him know that I'm buying him a beer if he ever drops by Belgrade or I have more spare time next time I come to NL.
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While you're at it, maybe you can also inform Mr. Bluefish author that using flash for screenshots on his website is not a good idea if he wants to get a large(r) FreeBSD userbase.
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Like Carpetsmoker, I use Vim for PHP work, typically I have an ftp/sftp session open in another term to upload my changes but I believe vim has a plugin for more seamless network editing now.


GNU Emacs, XEmacs, jEdit, and /usr/bin/vi are also good choices and work on almost any OS, unless you want a full blown IDE (although most editors I've mentioned can be).

*Knows nothing of PHP based IDEs, as he does not use often formal IDEs.
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nedit is nice too.
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quantaplus is easy to work with, although I'll use jedit, vim or even ee in a pinch.
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