I agree with the vi/vim comment! But if you're not a linux/unix person then cmd line can take some getting use to. The flip side is if you are a cmd person then sometimes the gui of an ide gets in the way. I use Zend studio (as I mentioned) and really like it when I'm doing stuff from the ground up BUT if I am just editing I too use vi/vim.
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Subject: [php-49] Re: PHP IDEs
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 11:11:02 -0400
|For a beginner an IDE can be a good thing, I guess (they were not available when I was a beginner). I understand the need to pursue that. Just FYI, I use Linux with an x-window terminal, vim, svn, git, cvs, man, and a browser (documentation: php, jQuery, etc.). It isn't integrated, but it is highly effective. |
I have tried IDEs and other editors. For me, nothing beats vi, actually vim, for power, speed, and cross-environment portability.
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