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Anyone recommend a good script editor for Mac OS X? Just finished a 4-day PHP class in front of a Windows machine, and liked the editor we used. Don't recall the name, but it gave line numbers as well as some color coding, etc. Having trouble finding the same in an editor that'll run on OS X. -- Floydian Slip(tm) - "Broadcasting from the dark side of the moon" Random Precision Productions(tm) 67 Union St. #2D, Winooski, Vt. 05404-1948 USA Sundays, 7-8 pm - Champ 101.3 FM, Colchester; 102.1 FM, Randolph, Vt. [email]ccbfloydianslip.com[/email] - AIM: RandomPrec - [url]www.floydianslip.com[/url]...

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    Default Scripting editor for OS X?

    Anyone recommend a good script editor for Mac OS X?

    Just finished a 4-day PHP class in front of a Windows machine, and liked
    the editor we used. Don't recall the name, but it gave line numbers as
    well as some color coding, etc.

    Having trouble finding the same in an editor that'll run on OS X.

    --
    Floydian Slip(tm) - "Broadcasting from the dark side of the moon"
    Random Precision Productions(tm)
    67 Union St. #2D, Winooski, Vt. 05404-1948 USA
    Sundays, 7-8 pm - Champ 101.3 FM, Colchester; 102.1 FM, Randolph, Vt.
    [email]ccbfloydianslip.com[/email] - AIM: RandomPrec - [url]www.floydianslip.com[/url]
    Craig Bailey Guest

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    In <ccb-279516.08091728062003news.bellatlantic.net> Craig Bailey wrote:
    > Anyone recommend a good script editor for Mac OS X?
    >
    > Just finished a 4-day PHP class in front of a Windows machine, and
    > liked the editor we used. Don't recall the name, but it gave line
    > numbers as well as some color coding, etc.
    >
    > Having trouble finding the same in an editor that'll run on OS X.
    BBEdit. m.

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    In article <ccb-279516.08091728062003news.bellatlantic.net>,
    Craig Bailey <ccbfloydianslip.com> wrote:
    > Anyone recommend a good script editor for Mac OS X?
    >
    > Just finished a 4-day PHP class in front of a Windows machine, and liked
    > the editor we used. Don't recall the name, but it gave line numbers as
    > well as some color coding, etc.
    >
    > Having trouble finding the same in an editor that'll run on OS X.
    BBEdit. It's terrific.

    -Eric

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    Eric Albert Guest

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    In article <ccb-279516.08091728062003news.bellatlantic.net>, Craig
    Bailey <ccbfloydianslip.com> wrote:
    > Anyone recommend a good script editor for Mac OS X?
    >
    > Just finished a 4-day PHP class in front of a Windows machine, and liked
    > the editor we used. Don't recall the name, but it gave line numbers as
    > well as some color coding, etc.
    >
    > Having trouble finding the same in an editor that'll run on OS X.
    There's BBEdit, which is nice. It's a native OSX app so it's all
    Macified. There are numerous other editors availible.

    Go to [url]http://versiontracker.com[/url] and search for text editors.

    You could also go download X11 and fink

    [url]http://www.apple.com/macosx/x11/download/[/url]
    [url]http://fink.sourceforge.net/[/url]

    and then have your choice of NEdit, Emacs, vi, or whatever.

    CP
    Chris Pruett Guest

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    Eric Albert wrote:
    > In article <ccb-279516.08091728062003news.bellatlantic.net>,
    > Craig Bailey <ccbfloydianslip.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Anyone recommend a good script editor for Mac OS X?
    >>
    >>Just finished a 4-day PHP class in front of a Windows machine, and liked
    >>the editor we used. Don't recall the name, but it gave line numbers as
    >>well as some color coding, etc.
    >>
    >>Having trouble finding the same in an editor that'll run on OS X.
    >
    >
    > BBEdit. It's terrific.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    UltraEdit is superior: you can use tabs for different files. And
    different windows. I work on more than twenty different files. Every
    file can have it's own ftp connection. I asked UtraEdit to make UNIX/OSX
    version. They were thinking about it. So for my job I have to work on
    the other platform unfortunately.
    ~

    Mevlut Guest

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    Craig Bailey <ccbfloydianslip.com> wrote:
    >Anyone recommend a good script editor for Mac OS X?
    >
    >Just finished a 4-day PHP class in front of a Windows machine, and liked
    >the editor we used. Don't recall the name, but it gave line numbers as
    >well as some color coding, etc.
    >
    >Having trouble finding the same in an editor that'll run on OS X.
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