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    Arrow dd


    you can use maguma workbench. it if full of features and a trial version is available from maguma.com
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    Originally Posted by kanis
    It's a lot easier than setting up apache, php, and mysql on a windows machine, imho.
    apparently you have never heard of phpdev - download, run a batch script, and you've got apache, mysql, php, phpmyadmin, php-gtk, and perl all ready to run.
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    Apparently not. Guess I don't keep up with the times when it comes to stuff like that. I heard of "phpdev" but I just assumed it was another PHP-centric website (the ones that are a dime-a-dozen). Guess it goes to show people should be more aware of the newer things floating around.

    Anyway, I checked out the project and it looked great. I don't do any development on Windows anymore, but this sure as hell would have been handy 5-6 years ago. Sounds like it's a pretty handy tool for those who are doing development in a Windows environment as well. Thanks for pointing out that project.
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    I just use VIM.

    i tried that zend editor once, it was extremely slow though
    Hey, i can edit my signature again.

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    Originally Posted by mikeylove
    I just use VIM.

    i tried that zend editor once, it was extremely slow though
    One thing I forgot to mention about VIM that I love is their command line stuff. It's SO easy to do s/word/newword replacements... plus there are some keystrokes that really make things go fast for me.

    Haven't tried the Zend editor. I've heard similar things about it, though.
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    Originally Posted by kanis
    One thing I forgot to mention about VIM that I love is their command line stuff. It's SO easy to do s/word/newword replacements... plus there are some keystrokes that really make things go fast for me.
    Yeah, VIM deals with regular expressions quite nicely, which is just one of the features that make it so powerful.

    I also enjoy the keyboard setup, you never have to bother with those annoying mice.
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