There's an excellent VC++ style PHP editor for Windows called phped or
similar. It's linked off the applications section of
http://www.zend.com/ There's also an ambitious php client server editor
which I downloaded but it doesn't have any docs and I lost patience with
it trying to get it to work. It's geared towards workgroups more than
just a simple editor though..
There are numerous HTML editors for KDE and Gnome on freshmeat. They
seem to be updated fairly often. I'd look there for more.
Justin MacCarthy wrote:
>> > ]What HTML / WEB Editors are people using on KDE / Linux ???
> > ]
> > ]please no VI / Emacs flames : - )
> > Personally, I just use Emacs or VI (depending on what mood I'm in, and on
> > whether Emacs is actually on the machine or not). I don't use any HTML
> > Generators and I don't believe they are really necessary. Like, HTML
> > all that hard...
>> I know it not hard but its incredabily boring ... anything that speeds up
> the process helps.
>> Let me rephrase the question , are there any good program which combines
> HTML / WEB / PHP / PERL / DataBase / Image etc. editors for Linux and/or KDE
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