I like/use bluefish 2.0 (http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/) from the
editors repository. Just press the one-click and follow the
instructions, however ensure you “uncheck” the box ‘remain subscribed
to repository after installation’ the reason is to ensure you keep the
active repositories to the minimum.
Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890)
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I like it because I’m in the process of teaching myself PHP, coming from a Visual Studio and ASP.NET (VB.NET variety).
Another possibility is Aptana Studio](http://www.aptana.org/) which is either an Eclipse plug-in or a stand-alone app. It also is supposed to be pretty good with Ajax and Ruby on Rails, though I haven’t gotten into either one of those yet. I’ve found Aptana to be a little heavy for my system (1.6GHz Pent. M w/512 MB Ram).
Of course there is Eclipse](http://www.eclipse.org/) with it’s extensive list of plug-ins, which may be a little trickier at setting up.
Kompozer](http://www.kompozer.net/) is a MS Front-Page-like application and while pretty good, is not necessarily the best tool. I think it focuses more for the WYSIWYG type programming.
Another thing to remember is the Text Editor (gEdit) allows for color syntax for PHP, CSS, JS and a wide variety of other programming languages. It’s included in the base installation so you should have it already.
What’s wrong with setting up Xampp](http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html)? I started off with this for my PHP work before saying the heck with it and installing the full LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) stack.
Changing the permissions to the actual /www folder I am able to directly place the updated PHP files there. It may not be the best method, but it works for me at this point.
Could start with looking at what Xampp includes, though I haven’t a clue what 1/2 of them are for.
Yes, but you can run it under Gnome if you have both environments installed.
On 04/19/2010 12:06 PM, dragonbite wrote:
> beli0135;2154775 Wrote:
>> What’s wrong with Kate? I find it quick and no unnecessary visual
> Isn’t Kate usually a KDE app? Since he’s running Gnome then I think
> gEdit is the close equivalent.
> I’m not trying to start a KDE vs Gnome issue here, though.
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