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Which is you favorite text editor?

Discussion in 'General Programming Discussions' started by criserb, Aug 24, 2004.

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  1. criserb

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    From few weeks I discovered Edit PLUS and I like it a lot. What do you use like your default editor ?
     
  2. Ardenn

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    I like DevPHP and notepad
     
  3. alexandru

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    I use SciTE for all PHP/Perl/MySQL/HTML/CSS coding. It's got all the power I need, yet is as light as Notepad which I used to use before it :)

    SciTE
     
  4. ovi

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    Yes, I have used SciTE and is greate. There is a release for linux but also for Linux.

    Regards,
    Ovi
     
  5. alexandru

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    [quote author=ovi link=topic=121.msg585#msg585 date=1094061170]
    Yes, I have used SciTE and is greate. There is a release for linux but also for Linux.

    Regards,
    Ovi
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    Maybe you meant for Linux but also for Windows? :)
    Which is correct.

    Have a nice day,
    Alex
     
  6. ovi

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    Ha Ha Ha

    Right, for Linux and for Windows,

    Ovi
     
  7. L-Man

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    I use the light notepad.
    L-Man
     
  8. cristiu

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    I use PHPEdit, is very powerfull :) tool but is only for Windows and it is memory consumme and is not free( only free trial version)
     
  9. Webmasterserve

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    I use TextPad, its quite advnaced .
    Temi
     
  10. hey

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    I use good ol' notepad :) Well actually most of the time i upload to cpanel and update from their built in text editor  :eek:
     
  11. McMadd

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    UltraEdit is the one for me...
    Does everything I want (except typing my code ;) ) and is extensible to all my needs.

    Windows only (just like me)
     
  12. alexandru

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    [quote author=McMadd link=topic=121.msg677#msg677 date=1095174757]
    UltraEdit is the one for me...
    Does everything I want (except typing my code ;) ) and is extensible to all my needs.

    Windows only (just like me)
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    Mine (SciTE) does type my code too ... :p  at least some of it.  with a special script it can generate API for
    my own projects so then I can use 1. function name completion on my own functions, 2. function calltips too (showing expected arguments...)

    Alex
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  13. ooen

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    I use Netbeans. I'm pretty sure that I'm a minority here ...
     
  14. cristiu

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