[ubuntu-uk] Praises and a question.

Jon Spriggs jon at sprig.gs
Thu May 31 11:44:43 UTC 2012


I've been using Netbeans (which is multi-platform) for my PHP sites,
but you could easily use the same install to do pure HTML sites.
Create each site as a "project", which you can specify is on a remote
site.

Regards,
--
Jon "The Nice Guy" Spriggs


On 31 May 2012 12:05, Toby Satchell <tsatchell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Thanks for the info, I tried Gedit, but I couldn't find a plugin that
> would enable connection to a remote and local site, similar to
> dreamweaver.
> I am not interested in the check in and out, just being able to set up
> multiple websites, each with a separate local (actually a different
> machine to the install program) backup and the remote server the
> website is hosted on.
> I am happy using dreamweaver in the windows VM. I'll explore the
> option of the other IDEs later, a bit busy to experiment now.
>
> Thanks gain,
>
> Toby.
>
>
>
> On 30 May 2012 18:18, Gibbs <linux at danielgibbs.net> wrote:
>> On 30/05/12 13:03, Toby Satchell wrote:
>>>
>>> Hey,
>>>
>>> I have been using Xubuntu, with a xfce session, at home and it is working
>>> great.
>>>
>>> I have now managed to use it at work as well, also working very well.
>>> I currently run windows 7 in a virtual machine to use office + access
>>> databases.
>>>
>>> I would like to thank those who work hard to improve and prefect the
>>> distribution.
>>>
>>> A question, is there anything that is similar to Dreamweaver so I can
>>> replace that?
>>> The requirement is mostly based on the site set-up and colouring of
>>> the code in the IDE.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Toby.
>>>
>> A lot of editors such as Eclipse (and  variants such as Aptana), Netbeans
>> and others already have syntax highlighting that is identical to Dreamweaver
>> or you can download them easily from somewhere.
>>
>> Personally I find myself using gEdit a lot of the time and the only issue I
>> ever have is with large compressed files.
>>
>> What do you mean about the set-up of the site? Are you referring to the
>> (awful) check-in/check-out system? All that does is create a .LCK file (or
>> something similar).
>>
>> Gibbs
>>
>>
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>
>
>
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> Toby Satchell BSc (hons)
>
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