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RE: What code editor do you use??
I might actually change to notepad++ if everyone on here is using it. It looks like a good piece of kit (Y):P
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Notepad++ ftw!
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RE: What code editor do you use??
I also use PHP Designer, mostly because I only code with web-based languages. I used to use Visual Studio for editing Plus's window XML files, because when used with the xsd file, it allows for code completion.
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RE: What code editor do you use??
I always wanted an editor (something like notepad++) which can handle asp files, but also parse them locally (to some extent; eg no server variables). And without bloating my Windows OS with installing IIS or whatever.

EDIT: I do mean ASP though, not ASP.NET...

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RE: What code editor do you use??
TextMate(http://macromates.com/) or coda :)

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TextMate(http://macromates.com/) or coda :)
if you want to make coda for windows, im sure you would make many people happy... but i did say "windows"
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RE: What code editor do you use??
For PHP, I like Netbeans 6.5.1(+) though VS 2010 is to have support for dynamic languages like F# and from what I've heard, PHP could follow. In that case, I'd definitely move to VS ;)

For simple HTML stuff, Notepad++.
For Java, Eclipse/Netbeans are good (and free) IDEs.
For any language under the .NET platform, VS 2008 is good though VS 2010 should be out in April so watch out for that.
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but i did say "windows"
oh so you did. just so you All know I switched to mac mainly for it's more awesome power to code, because I got sick of coding on windows, and two senior uni lecturers couldn't stop advocating macs so once my windows laptop was stollen  I bought a mac.

the real reason I bought a mac is so no one would want to steal it:P

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RE: What code editor do you use??
visual studio, of course <3

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I always wanted an editor (something like notepad++) which can handle asp files, but also parse them locally (to some extent; eg no server variables). And without bloating my Windows OS with installing IIS or whatever.

VS and visual web developer express do this! :p
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but i did say "windows"
oh so you did. just so you All know I switched to mac mainly for it's more awesome power to code, because I got sick of coding on windows, and two senior uni lecturers couldn't stop advocating macs so once my windows laptop was stollen  I bought a mac.

the real reason I bought a mac is so no one would want to steal it:P
buy me a mac, or a mac osx disc and i will use it ;)
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