Projects / gPHPEdit


gPHPEdit is a GNOME2 editor that is dedicated to editing PHP files and other supporting files, like HTML/CSS. It has support for drop-down function lists, hints showing parameters, and syntax highlighting.


Recent releases

  •  05 Jul 2006 17:26

    Release Notes: Many usability and stability bugs have been fixed. This includes the latest version of Scintilla, which should fix a number of rendering bugs and a crash bug. This is the version that will become 1.0 unless any show-stopping bugs turn up.

    •  18 Oct 2005 08:56

      Release Notes: This release included many new features such as remote GNOME-VFS support, 64-bit support, and the ability to only have one instance open. Many bugs were fixed.

      •  12 Nov 2004 18:56

        Release Notes: This release uses File Choosers rather than File Selections. It has a Recently Used Files list menu, a simple plugin architecture, code templates, and a new preferences dialog.

        •  10 Mar 2004 15:05

          Release Notes: Only a few minor features were added, such as Unicode/UTF-8 support and bracket matching. A few segfault crash bugs were fixed. Just aiming to fix any final bugs and a few UI tweaks before 1.0.

          •  13 Feb 2004 18:42

            Release Notes: This version has many bugfixes a couple of new features: integrated PHP help and a preferences dialog. This is the last version before a 1.0.0 release.

            Recent comments

            18 Dec 2003 10:48 amcmr

            A very serious, simple, intuitive and refined piece of GPL software. You really must see this one before deciding what is your favourite PHP editor.

            25 Aug 2003 05:57 sarduechi

            This editor rocks! After trying damn near all the other php
            editors out there (for unix and windows), I have to say this
            one is the best. I can hardly wait until the next release.

            I'm just glad somebody finally did it right.


            24 Jun 2003 10:23 massassi

            This editor looks great. I had no problem with the compile and the editor starts up FAST. I hope to see more hot keys (for controlling folds and other editor commands), preferences (for disabling things like word wrap, folds, auto-completion, etc.), and support for other file types (which I assume isn't a problem since it's scintilla). Keep up the good work, I'll be watching this project!


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