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PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2004 2:56 pm 
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my friend is looking for a web design editor that supports both ASP and PHP. the main features he's looking for are 'syntax highlighting' and the ability to comment/uncomment lines by highlighting the contents and apply (it adds // in front of each line in the selected area).


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That's a pretty good question actually. I'm not too sure what most PHP programmers use. Emacs or Vi perhaps? I think that Jext might support PHP.


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Gadget wrote:
That's a pretty good question actually. I'm not too sure what most PHP programmers use. Emacs or Vi perhaps? I think that Jext might support PHP.


thanks, but he needs to work under Windows, no Linux knowledge whatsoever.

i think he's tried Jext and something was missing.


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Check the php.org site. They might have a link to php friendly editors there.


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Try Zend Studio.

http://www.zend.com

There's also EditPlus and UltraEdit.


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savagecat wrote:
Try Zend Studio.

http://www.zend.com

There's also EditPlus and UltraEdit.


i dno't believe that one is free, he actually mentioned it.


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