[wp-hackers] Which PHP IDE do you use?

John 3:16 Media wp at john316media.com
Thu Mar 24 22:34:45 UTC 2011

Wow command line?  idk what I would do without my syantax highlighting.  I
like notepad++ but I make too many typos and I need something with built in
debugging to catch it, i forget semicolons like crazy I even had one if
ststement recently that had only one = instead of ==, took some digging to
find out why the function was always returning false, lol.  So basically
thats crazy that you can just do it in the command line.

I think i'll look into netbeans and see how well that works for me.  Oh and
from what I read netbeans intergrates with version control and bug trackers
too.  Kinda neat but idk if those are features i'd really use, at least not

On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 3:21 PM, Aaron Jorbin <aaron at jorb.in> wrote:

> > On Mar 24, 2011, at 6:02 PM, John 3:16 Media wrote:
> >> Ok so I've decided I should look into a PHP IDE.  I've been using
> notepad++
> >> but I think I need a full fledged IDE.  I'm interested to hear any
> >> recommendations from you.  Free is always good but if the feature set is
> >> good and the price is right, say $100 or less, I'd consider it.  So what
> >> would you recommend?
> The command line serves me well.  It has my svn client and vim easily
> available.  I can use screen if I need a variety of views available
> and I never need to take my hands off the keyboard since everything is
> designed around the keyboard.
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