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Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2012 12:18:55 -0700
From: Thor <>
To: Ulisses Montenegro <>
Subject: Re: OT: OSX-PHP Dev Enviornment

Thanks - appreciated.


On Aug 1, 2012, at 12:06 PM, Ulisses Montenegro wrote:

> I'm not a big fan of IDEs for dynamically typed languages, but if I had to choose one I'd go with Komodo:
> It's multiplatform (don't know about how licenses work when using it across platforms), reasonably fast and offers lots of extra goodies aside from the editing/code browsing functionality.
> They offer a free (as in beer) version called Komodo Edit which lacks most of the best features of the commercial edition, but I guess you could check it to see if interface suits you.
> Ulisses
> On Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 11:58 AM, Thor <> wrote:
> Greets all.  Sorry for the OT, but I thought I'd ask here...
> As you can guess, I've used Visual Studio to do web and application development for longer than I care to remember.   Given that I've moved my production HoG facilities over to OSX, I now find myself missing the development environment VS afforded me as I migrate to PHP under Apache.
> I'm using EditRocket atm, but I'm soliciting recommendations for a PHP dev environment that will provide the same functions (or close) as VS does in regard to syntax checking, code completion, etc.   I'm actually surprised at how quickly I've synched up with PHP, but I'd still like a more professional environment.   Free or Commercial doesn't matter.
> I am thanking you.
> t
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