Website design : what to use ?
diesch at spamfence.net
Sat Jun 17 19:17:23 UTC 2006
garys at opusnet.com (Gary W. Swearingen) wrote:
> david.vikstrom <ulist at gs1.ubuntuforums.org> writes:
>> But if anyone knows a good editor for xhtml, xml, xsl, css, php,
>> asp.net... please tell me.... :)
> If you plan to do a lot of it, you'd be foolish to not learn emacs or
> xemacs and give one of the special modes for this a real good try.
> (Not WYSIWYG, of course.) One file, "psgml.el", seems to be the
> current favorite. It offers html-mode, xml-mode, and sgml-mode.
> Unless you're using DocBook, you'll probably want to use xml-mode.
> I would be supprised if there isn't an PHP mode somewhere.
,----[ pkgdesc php-mode ]
| Package: php-mode
| Description: An emacs-mode for php programs.
| This is a php mode for GNU Emacs. It handles automatic
| indentation of Php code. Key parts of the
| code are highlighted using Font-Lock.
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