Phpmole grew out of a port of Moleskine, since then it has grown and been redesigned to be a framework for a modulized development environment. For users it offers syntax highlighting, integrated help, a WYSIWG HTML editor, and remote file management, along with being midgard compatible. For developers, it is a modulized, object based php-gtk application, which could be extended to do almost anything - including reading mail.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Internet Web Site Management Software Development Text Editors Integrated Development Environments (IDE)|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX|
Release Notes: This release includes a new interface, an Interactive debugger (beta), a database navigator/viewer, an HTML presentation module, autotext, full color highlight configuration, better WYSIWYG HTML editing, faster help navigation, Midgard Image title and parameter support, slightly better Win32 support, and lots of other cool experimental stuff.
Release Notes: This release updates a few key features, including Win32 compatibility. Extensive Midgard support for parameters and locking and article approval were added. Short tags, the dependancy on global variables from PHP, and a few more debugging messages were removed.
Release Notes: This release includes a heavily updated midgard interface module, that enables the editing, browsing, adding and updating of most of the elements of this content management server (as well as improved caching), and major fixes to the editors, both scintilla and gtkhtml, including folding support for phpdoc. New modules (simple debugger, XML tree editor, and cache manager) and phpdict have also been added.