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Discussion in 'Software' started by Drastik, 22 Sep 2002.

  1. complexprocess

    complexprocess What's a Dremel?

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    i use homesite and turn off tag completion. it's essentially like notepad (i never use any of the tag shortcuts or stuff like that) in that it's straight coding, but with a pretty good file management system. i like to have multiple documents open and the file panel to the left. evr soft 1st page is a good free alternative, though it seems bloated.

    ideally i'd like something with a feature to preview files through a local web server rather than it's actual path, so i wouldn't have to open a seperate browser to demo my perl scripts and such. if anyone knows of a text editor that offers that feature, PLEASE let me know. :)
     
  2. KevinOwns

    KevinOwns What's a Dremel?

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    I have seen one that shows you what the HTML will look like, but never one that lets you demo perl. (That editor is Hippie)

    I use Homesite at work. It's a very nice editor, however the FTP functions are incredibly slow! :( (As opposed to UltraEdit's which are fairly fast for me)
     
  3. riggs

    riggs ^_^

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    CoffeeCup for me :D

    Even splashed out and bought the full version (as oposed to Shareware) - really good editor IMO - complete control over code, has built in wizards (in-case I forget how to code something, or just can't be arsed :hehe: ), and comes with lots of free java, perl and example code...

    CoffeeCup.com if anyone wants to try it :p
     

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