[wp-hackers] Which PHP IDE do you use?
widmann.martin at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 10:51:44 UTC 2011
I used Coda and loved it. Thanks to a MacHeist bundle I also got a licence for it and so I tried MacRabbit's Espresso, but as it doesn't have built in SVN it wasn't of so much use.
Then I discovered the power of Netbeans and switched completely to it. It might be a bit slower than a native Application and it certainly doesn't look as nice as Espresso does, but it is so full of features (debugging, separation of wp-core and wp-content, code navigation, bookmarks, folding, etc.) that I can't live without it anymore. I tried to adapt the color scheme to match a nice Textmate theme and I use Espresso Mono as the font. I also have the editor constantly in full size.
On Mar 25, 2011, at 1:16 AM, Gregg Tomlinson wrote:
> Mac exclusive here, and I flip between Coda and Espresso - mostly I use Coda. Coda with CSSEdit is where I spend the majority of my time.
> On Mar 24, 2011, at 5:55 PM, Rob Miller wrote:
>> On 24 Mar 2011, at 22:52, SWORD Studios wrote:
>>> Maybe I'm just missing it buy I don't see any consistent answers, is
>>> everyone really using so many different applications?
>> Nobody has mentioned TextMate yet either, which I should imagine most Mac folk use.
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