[development] Off-topic

Paul Hoza paulhoza at gmail.com
Wed Feb 25 00:15:27 UTC 2009

Considering that I found at least three new development tools that I've 
installed and am running through -- all in hopes of greatly improving my 
current Drupal-centric workload -- hopefully adds one vote to the 
Relevancy Rating of this thread.

I think it's important to remember that lists like this represent a 
collective community working together on a sort of "meta project".

... I say "bah!" to the off-topic issue in general, but definitely to 
this thread being offensive to the list.


Domenic Santangelo wrote:
> killes,
> OP here. I realize the importance of keeping the list clean and
> on-topic and am glad to see your input. Another perspective for you
> though, I asked the question as my programming time is 95% Drupal and
> I've been hopping from IDE to IDE in search of something useful
> *specifically* for Drupal-centric programming. Drupal-awareness inside
> the IDE (whether through a combination of tools or one awesome IDE) is
> an important criteria in this regard.
> Consequently, I must respectfully disagree with your assertion that we
> are all off-topic. Many technologies that we use -- PHP itself, for
> example -- are not by definition Drupal, but can be (and for the
> purposes of this list, should be) framed in the context of Drupal.
> -D

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