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Is there anyway we could add Aptana? I have used Bluefish the last year until I found Aptana. I do understand that is under different licenses but the community edition is great. Worth adding to the list.
It's still pretty new, and the install is hell for *nix, but it's a great IDE! For lack of Aptana, I guess I'll go with Zend studio. I used it while messing around with php, and it seemed very, very good.
ok , as you know ... i will always go for kylix ...
and i have downloaded this komodo and trying it now ... starting from the state of donno anything about perl , tcl , python and the rest of the "web"(donno which one is which one) stuffs ... i try to evolve an interest in doing them a bit ... hmm ... "no effect" ...
so try seeing it as a "filemanager" ... not bad but still seems like always missing something ... like other ide i have tried ...
will look into it further ...
//quite good , seems a bit "fat" but runs very well ...
Hey, just downloaded Netbeans 6.0 and it blew my mind. I am still lost with keyboard shortcuts, being used to Eclipse so long, but it is working great. Next year, if I am alive, I know which one to vote for