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18 August 2008 at 6:28am
I use Coda from panic.com for php
and CSS edit of course
but mostly, I try to use my brains, whenever possible.
18 August 2008 at 5:50pm
For general editing of just about anything I use Editplus - it does syntax highlighting, add your own syntax defs, add your own tool definitions, regexp search/replace and a whole lot more.
Its good for scripting and programming and stripping junk out of files and does column selection/cut/paste etc (good for fixing up data).
It doesn't know about HTMLTidy, but I guess I haven't tried to teach it that.
I have been fiddling around with htmlEdit, but each time I want to do something with it I have to download a new extension.
18 August 2008 at 7:40pm
I use both e text editor & intype for all php/templates (neither support multiple projects open at the same time, so i just use both at once ).
As for editing the SS templates, both work reasonably well with HTML & Rails highlighting. I would be using the SilverStripe textmate bundle, but the filenames arent compatible with Windows. Maybe Ingo will read this post and update the files to be compatible
15 October 2008 at 9:57am
Notepad++ and its FTP module.
The best one that I can found. With perfect syntax hylighting and rich tools for playing on texts like a wizard.
But the best part is FTP module. A tree view near program connects to my site and to edit a file just double click (downloads and displays instantly) / edit and when you click on save just uploads automaticly like working on local.
Amazing isnt it?
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