I need help installing a good php editor. I would prefer gphpedit or bluefish. I am currently running 12.1 gnome… any help would be greatly appreciated.
As 12.1 is still the future (and questions about it should be asked in the Prereleae/Beta forum), how do you think we should know if any of those (or similar) packages/products are allready available for 12.1?
When you are not involved in testing out the 12.1 Milestones (to give feedback on any problems you encounter, thus making the eventual 12.1 better), you better use one of the production versions (11.3 or 11.4) Then your change of finding all sorts of software ready for installing on it is much greater.
On 07/21/2011 09:16 AM, joeker1086 wrote:
> I need help installing a good php editor. I would prefer gphpedit or
> bluefish. I am currently running 12.1 gnome…
12.1 is experimental, pre-release, testing quality software…are you
running that intentionally?
i ask because i think it is generally expected that pre-release software
testers would know how to install Bluefish (or anything else), so either
you are pulling my leg or you didn’t intend to install pre-Beta…
if you intended to install the most current, released and supported
openSUSE it is here: http://software.opensuse.org/
but, it your machine: so, why not install Bluefish from here
gphpedit seems available in source at http://www.gphpedit.org, just
compile and go.
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Yes, I am intentionally running 12.1… I love gnome3 and did not want to wait (or install based off of the 11.4 version because I don’t feel it was done very well). I have tried compiling gphpedit but have been having some trouble. Following all instructions to a t… I suppose I will just switch back to 11.4 as I can not seem to figure it out…
Why don’t you try Eclipse? That’s what PHP programmers are using. But it’s huge! Not just a simple editor. Don’t install the latest version (Indigo). I know from PHP programmers that it doesn’t work on openSUSE yet (webkit issue) … although it would be interesting to hear how it works under 12.1. Otherwise I don’t think that compiling bluefish would be very complicated. I’m not using Gnome3 on openSUSE but AFAIK you don’t need to run 12.1 to use Gnome3.
Why not try Aptana Studio?
I’ve used gPHPEdit and Bluefish on Gnome but am looking into KDE and I don’t think Quanta Plus has made the move to KDE 4 yet. Otherw than Kate (text editor) or Aptana/Eclipse/Netbeans (heavy Java-built IDEs) are there any, maybe lesser-known, editors that fit nice into KDE?
> I’ve used gPHPEdit and Bluefish on Gnome but am looking into KDE and I
> don’t think Quanta Plus has made the move to KDE 4 yet. Otherw than
> Kate (text editor) or Aptana/Eclipse/Netbeans (heavy Java-built IDEs)
> are there any, maybe lesser-known, editors that fit nice into KDE?
you can use the gnome programs also in kde, what is the problem?
For php you can also use kdevelop4.
PC: oS 11.4 64 bit | Intel Core email@example.comGHz | KDE 4.6.0 | GeForce GT 420
| 16GB Ram
Eee PC 1201n: oS 12.1 RC2 64 bit | Intel Atom firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz | KDE 4.7.2 |
nVidia ION | 3GB Ram
As for me i recommend Codelobster PHP Edition.
It is very good and fast free PHP IDE.
It looks like it is Windows only (Supported OS: Windows ME, Windows NT 4.x, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008 Server, Windows Vista and Windows 7)