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So which IDE do you guys use?

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06-10-2009, 12:45 AM
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  Old  So which IDE do you guys use?

I can't believe this hasn't been asked already here, but I'm trying to find an alternative to Aptana, which is pretty much a plugin for Eclipse. The thing that keeps me from switching straight to a notepad derivative is the autocomplete function and syntax highlighting. I actually kind of want to learn how to use Vim, and the only thing that's keeping me back is autocomplete since it saves me so much time. As much as I love how expandable Eclipse is, it's just way too bulky for my requirements, so if anyone knows of an editor with syntax highlighting for html, css, php and perl, along with autocompletion, I may just do your laundry for a week... >.>

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im thinking of learning Emacs coz i'm currently hooked up with Dvorak and vim is designed for qwerty.

notepad++ in my winblows machine.

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IDE for what ?for .Net i use visual studio and for php i use Dreamweaver since i have not find even a single good IDE for php.though i had read some where that some body is preparing an IDE for it using delphi but do not know what became of it.

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Yeah it mostly depends on what language you're talking about? I dont need an IDE for PHP or HTML or anything, but there's many options for C++ or Java and the like.

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For Java programming I use Eclipse, and I use it with the Aptana plugin for HTML and CSS. I use Vim for everything else.

After you learn to use Vim you can edit files very fast without even moving your hands from one part of the keyboard. I would like to try to learn emacs, though

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I use Notepad++ with a few plugins for PHP MySQL XHTML CSS

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Textmate, very simple editor but does the job for PHP based websites.

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I had been using Eclipse PDT which is the most powerful open source IDE available, but then it turned too slow and I switched to NetBeans because it's still feature-rich but more lightweight.

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visual studio for me..
and eclipse for open source languages..

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Hi,
.NET is already have the IDE Visual Studio.
For which you want the IDE........
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