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Mon Sep 12 18:41:20 MDT 2005
Today at 12:15pm, Timothy Humphrey said:
> Over the past several weeks I've looked into emacs, vi, jedit, j, TruStudio
> Pro, TruStudio Foundation, and Zend Studio. I haven't found any benefit to
> switching except the price tag. (Macromedia Studio MX 2004 Pro was $999) (Oh,
> and J has a nice list of Functions on the page).
> I'm using a PowerBook G4 1.5GHZ, 1Gig Ram, OS X.3. I would SERIOUSLY
> appreciate some advise on what could be used on Mac OS X.
> Off list please so that no one else has to read through another PHP IDE
I'll keep it brief, unbiased, and uncontroversial.
Almost anything you could use on Linux or FreeBSD would work fine on your
OS X. Our team here uses XEmacs on their OSX boxen, but I'm sure many
others work fine too. Check fink and darwinports if you can't find a
"native" osx solution.
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