|Subject||Re: [firebird-php] Re: Decent PHP Editor|
>>Just to start to understand how people are using PHP, whatYes - text editors are not bad, but I'm thinking more of
>>editors are people using?
>>I have various 'options' on the go, and all work, but I have
>>yet to find a GOOD one.
> Depends what you mean by good ... I like it FAST, simple, programmers
> oriented text editor & I am using ultraedit ... VERY fast, brilliant
> search/replace ... handles massive text files without breaking a sweat
> .... I will soon give it a go with Wine on Linux.
something that can handle tables and things as WYSIWYG.
Everything seems to do something well, but something that
would do everything reasonably would be nice. I'm using
HTML-kit and Namo WebEditor at the moment, but as I am now
editing tables in text mode happily perhaps some of the
problems will evaporate.
The main thing is being able to play with layouts being
generated from the PHP database interface. As many ways of
doing it as list members, but a problem many of us will have.
L.S.Caine Electronic Services