Tulip is a PHP-GTK based editor for PHP. It has an interface that allows you to set up your projects and deal with them in a distinct way through an intuitive file explorer tree. It has CVS controls, making it possible to create, update, and delete remote files seamlessly from a CVS server, allowing the programmer to manage several big projects with individual organization for each project. It has controls that lock work files, enhancing security in a networked development environment. It has auto-completion, syntax highlighting, and syntax hints, features provided through GtkScintilla, and configuration files containing all of the syntax rules. It has an embbed Database navigator with which you can access MySQL or PostgreSQL, make queries, and edit or delete records.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Software Development|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release supports remote file editing through Web Services/SOAP and included a code cleanup and class restructuring, locking and unlocking of CVS files, and the ability to accepts files as a command line parameter. The edited filename is now shown on the title bar, and different icons can be used per project.
Release Notes: A new preferences option and color configuration were added. Many bugfixes were made. Built-in GTK documentation was added. A debug reporting system was implemented.
Release Notes: This release has built-in documentation, improvements on debug, new shortcuts, many bugfixes, new menu items, caret lines, braces highlighting, a new "open recent" menu option, and new word wrap.
Release Notes: This release has a new file dialog, a menu with nice icons, new shortcuts, new file explorer controls, a save workspace option, new debug resources, new Java-style documentation, and bugfixes in the project backend and translation. It can generate documentation. Tabs are replaced by spaces. This release allows a user to open a locked file if they are the previous user.
No changes have been submitted for this release.