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Re: tsWebEditor 4 GNU/Linux?

Author thaj
Full name Thaler
Date 2005-09-15 04:49:43 PDT
Message >so it's written in Pascal!?
>*fine* (cause i do Delphi too)
>
>Of cause i know about Lazarus - looks like it'll still
>take
>some time :-(
>
>But what about Kylix?
>I haven't tested it yet, but i read that you dont have to
>adjust much code. (And i think there's a free version too
>(not free according to Stallman, but you dont have to pay
>^^) but i'm not sure)
well, the idea of kylix is nice. but kylix is out of date.
it has too many bugs. and for some years no new version was
published. and it runs on wine. it's not a 100% pure linux
application.

>
>
>so tsWebEditor is OpenSource, isn't it
>i haven't found the src ...
look at "Version control" by the project tools on the left
side.

thanks,
thaler.

Re: tsWebEditor 4 GNU/Linux?

Author meillo
Full name Meillo r e t u r n s
Date 2005-09-14 12:03:14 PDT
Message >it hurts to write: there is no linux version of
>tswebeditor.
>i have tried it several times. i couldn't find an
>application to develop tsWebEditor on Linux. Well, there
>are
>some good development applications for c++ but not for
>pascal. the application lazarus is on a good way, but
>currently not very stable. and making tswebeditor in c++
>means a complete new start.
>
>
>thanks,
>thaler.

so it's written in Pascal!?
*fine* (cause i do Delphi too)

Of cause i know about Lazarus - looks like it'll still take
some time :-(

But what about Kylix?
I haven't tested it yet, but i read that you dont have to
adjust much code. (And i think there's a free version too
(not free according to Stallman, but you dont have to pay
^^) but i'm not sure)


so tsWebEditor is OpenSource, isn't it
i haven't found the src ...

Re: tsWebEditor 4 GNU/Linux?

Author thaj
Full name Thaler
Date 2005-09-14 06:14:22 PDT
Message Hello !

>Unfortunately i havent heard about a GNU-version of
>tsWebEditor - so, is it planned?
>Please if it is possible for you, do one - im really
>dieing
>without having coded useing a editor that i can call my
>fav
>on my fav OS!!
it hurts to write: there is no linux version of tswebeditor.
i have tried it several times. i couldn't find an
application to develop tsWebEditor on Linux. Well, there are
some good development applications for c++ but not for
pascal. the application lazarus is on a good way, but
currently not very stable. and making tswebeditor in c++
means a complete new start.


thanks,
thaler.

tsWebEditor 4 GNU/Linux?

Author meillo
Full name Meillo r e t u r n s
Date 2005-09-13 14:02:01 PDT
Message Hi

tsWebEditor was my "one-and-only favorite-PHP-Editor" in
Windows-times (much thx to the programmers at that point!!)
but now i switched completely to GNU/Linux

... and there is no editor like tsWebEditor :-(

(dont talk about emacs or vi - they're oki, but not what i'm
lookin for)

- so after some time i found _Bluefish_: looks pretty much
like the ts, but its not the same in writing code
(especially braces), and no php-function-short-ref-
- then found _gPHPEdit_: hmm, has function-short-ref, etc
but really has problems with spaceing and intends.
- my newest discovery is _SciTE_: looks like its somehow in
the middle of the above two (what i am searching), but no
function-short-ref, strange configuration and not designed
for PHP ...

you see, its really hard for me to find an editor which
covers my expectations (like ts did)


Unfortunately i havent heard about a GNU-version of
tsWebEditor - so, is it planned?
Please if it is possible for you, do one - im really dieing
without having coded useing a editor that i can call my fav
on my fav OS!!


however your answer will be
THANKS for the best PHP-Editor on win32 - ever!

Meillo r e t u r n s
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