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Re: [SLE] php-html editing and testing
  • From: steve <fsanta@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 03:15:47 +0200
  • Message-id: <200204030038.g330cXD32389@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wednesday 03 April 2002 02:08, you wrote:
> On Tuesday 02 April 2002 6:44 pm, steve wrote:
> > What do SuSE users use to write and test html with php?
> Quanta Plus is easily the best tool in term to low learning curve. The
> version with 7.3 was the first one that I could get to work without
> crashing, but it still has some bugs (including one where the first doc in
> a new project may need to be copied into another doc to get other pages in
> the project to show up properly). A "commercialised" version, Quanta Gold,
> is available from theKompany, and the current version, 3.3.3, is very good
> indeed (but still with some rough edges). I would say it's about 70% of
> the way towards Dreamweaver.
> Kevin

Nice package and really easy to use. Thanks. I never knew it was there. But
no php preview. My installation says:
PHP3 Debugger listens on port 7869
but alas no php preview. Really close though.

I have Apache with PHP4. Trying to install Quanta+2.0.1 from sourceforce is
impossible (OK I put a 3 hour limit on these sort of things these days. There
is life beyond!). It seems to want so much that we don't have on 7.3. Or
please tell me otherwise.

Is it agreed that the editors that come with hancom, oo and the like are not
useable? (oh dear, one question per thread no!)


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