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donald at fane.com
donald at fane.com
Tue Feb 24 20:40:18 UTC 2009
You can use Notepad++ with xdebug, but I wouldn't unless I was forced.
Still, phpEd is the best $200 I've ever spent.
Quoting Khalid Baheyeldin <kb at 2bits.com>:
> Oh, you can use xdebug with Vim too ...
> See here
> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 2:50 PM, Anthony Wlodarski
> <anthony at thrillist.com>wrote:
>> You make me want to stop using VIM for about and hour and try it.
>> Anthony Wlodarski
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>> *From: *Jim Taylor <jim at rootyhollow.com>
>> *Reply-To: *<development at drupal.org>
>> *Date: *Tue, 24 Feb 2009 11:48:43 -0800
>> *To: *<development at drupal.org>
>> *Subject: *Re: [development] Welcome to the "development" mailing list
>> Also switched to NetBeans and am loving it
>> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 2:43 PM, Domenic Santangelo <domenic at workhabit.com>
>> Hey all,
>> I've been using Komodo for a while and while I like its built-in
>> support for xdebug (breakpoints, stepping, stack trace, the whole
>> enchilada) and code intel. But I hate it because it's a terrible
>> resource hog. I've been using Coda for a couple weeks, and although
>> it's extremely pretty, it lacks a few pretty key things, xdebug
>> support being the main one. I used TextMate before Komodo and am
>> thinking of going back, but I really would hate to live without
>> debugging/xdebug support. Also, I've tried Eclipse and don't like it.
>> Thoughts? TextMate + some magic to support xdebug maybe?
>> Jim Taylor
>> Rooty Hollow LLC, Owner
>> jim at rootyhollow.com
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> Khalid M. Baheyeldin
> 2bits.com, Inc.
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