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I've recently started getting a bit more serious about php and I'm sick of uploading my pages simply to test a one line change.
I've also considered rebuilding my laptop with Linux / Windows and installing PHP (I'm currently running XP SP2).
But, before I do, what options do I have for an editor that provides:
It does not have to support databases (yet) but I guess I'll get there at some stage (MySQL).
I guess Zend Standard is one option and also PHPEdit .... any others (including ones that have but point 5)..... or a comparison of the two above?
PS. I've had experience with:
Many thanks, I'll check it out.
[Looks like I need to install PHP in order to get the 4, 5 and 6 addressed (and perhaps 3) but they will be addressed none the less - and for free and, even though for me it will be Windows not Linux it's a nice option for simple debugging, and a nice editor if all else faile. Thanks.]
My apache/php install is only about 8 files and a few log lines. This is running several complex high traffic sites for years now.
So don't be afraid to run apache/php on a development computer, jsut don't think u have to do a full install... copying a few files can be enough.