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Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2012 12:06:05 -0700
From: Ulisses Montenegro <>
To: Thor <>
Subject: Re: OT: OSX-PHP Dev Enviornment

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.


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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