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[ale] OT: PHP and MySQL Development on a Mac



Wow, thanks for the suggestions Warren, Brian and Keith. I also have 
been trying out a editor called Hyperedit.
It isn't freeware or Open-Source though, it's nagware that never 
expires. so far I don't like it very much.

I am still trying to decide about Taco HTML Edit, but I will definately 
take a look at your suggestions and thanks for sharing that website url 
with me Brian.

I already had Firefox loaded but I saw a lot of goodies on that site 
that I will be downloading to try out.

Keith, I know what you mean about this G3 500 CPU being a tad on the 
weak side.
I can feel it whenever I am doing anything very intensive with the local 
MySQL database on it.
It took me forever to get my flat file dump from the forum restored on 
this machine.
I wound up having to break it up into separate files for each of the 
tables and then I was finally able to get it to upload without timing out.

I can live with it though since I'm doing the admin and development 
duties for the site for fun and the experience which will look good on 
my resume. I already had the Imac sitting on my L shaped desk and using 
it for Itunes so I figured I use it to do some real work. that way I 
don't have to rely on my Windows Gaming machine, and I can continue to 
tinker with my Linux test box without having to worry about breaking it 
and loosing any of my saved code source,etc.



It also doesn't hurt that keeping the site working also makes my wife 
happy ;)


Thanks again for the suggestions. I am looking forward to trying them out.

Kindest Regards,

Van Loggins




> Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2007 12:57:45 -0400
> From: "Warren Myers" <volcimaster at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [ale] OT: PHP and MySQL Development on a Mac
> To: "Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts" <ale at ale.org>
> Message-ID:
> 	<cd08a04c0704050957h39cae93q882f611ab14b25c8 at mail.gmail.com>
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> I've used TextWrangler and the Carbon Emacs build..
>
> WMM
>
> On 4/5/07, Brian Pitts <bpitts at learnlink.emory.edu> wrote:
>   
>> >
>> > Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts wrote:
>>     
>>> > > I am wondering what PHP editors are available for Mac OSX, I am
>>> > > currently using one called TacoHTML (I think that is the name of it)
>>> > >
>>> > > Is anyone else on the list doing anything similar? If so what is your
>>> > > favorite editor?
>>>       
>> >
>> > When I was on a Mac, I used smultron.
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>
> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2007 17:49:51 -0400
> From: "Keith Morris" <keith at iqinteractive.com>
> Subject: Re: [ale] OT: PHP and MySQL Development on a Mac
> To: "Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts" <ale at ale.org>
> Message-ID: <130BCEC170C0184A858F42382558399CC65F72 at SERVER07.IQ.local>
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>
> You could use PHPEclipse
> (http://www.phpeclipse.de/tiki-view_articles.php) but running eclipse on
> a 500MHz G3 could be painful  ;) 
>
> Keith Morris