Oh no, it's not.
Now, the "typing without colours" game, that got boring. After 15 years.
But you can change the colors if you want to.
We're painting all variables red,
We're painting all variables red!
And if the crew who likes them blue
Finds out we'll all be dead
Of course the correct question is, which editor or IDE is Trevor using?
As a software developer myself, I'm embarrassed to admit that I don't recognize it. Or maybe it's Xcode? Nah... or...? Aargh
JetBrains PhpStorm 7
I love it! So many features, integration with Github.
Trevor says it's Jetbrains, designed for PHP. You'll need to ask him why he uses it :)
Thanks! I don't do a lot of PHP, but next time I have to, I think I'll give this a try. I hadn't heard of it before and it's bound to be nicer than vim-plus-printf-debugging.
I'd say Sublime Text - cross-platform and customizable.
Also bears a resemblance to Notepad++, if you can honestly call that an IDE. (it's a development environment, alright, but there's nothing integrated into it that I've found. But then, I'm so used to using cmd to compile that it doesn't matter.
what about a linux users best friend - vim
Its not sublime text. Its missing all the sexy of sublime text.
I'm still a Linux neophyte. I installed Ubuntu on my netbook a month ago. It runs faster on Ubuntu than the Windows it came with.
My plan is to upgrade my desktop from Windows XP to Linux Mint in the next couple of weeks. I wanna buy a new HDD for redundancy first.
My favourite programming tool is a soldering iron....
Circuit board repair (high reliability soldiering) was my lowest mark on my LCIS Technician's course. I'm just not very good with my hands.
I like 'high reliability soldiering'... I presume that a high reliability soldier is one who doesn't get shot too often!
Or have you just been hit by a spillchoker?
Oops. Dupe post. Deleted.
Anyone else thnking of Homestuck right about now (2 years after the comic is posted)?
Definitely not JJ's type of game.