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  • Hmm.. Thanks for the tips, guys. When first evaluating, I was deciding between TextMate (has that grass roots following) and Coda (looks slick and has lots of features). I opted for Coda at the time, but maybe I should check out TextMate again (now that I am more familiar with Mac). Anyhow- don't want to hijack the EditPlus forum with irrelevance. However, it's a testament to the...
    Bronius Motekaitis Aug 10, 2010
  • Hello all- I've really enjoyed the community here and the distractions and tips provided by all. I've been working on a mac for about 6mo now and am absolutely loving it-- but I certainly miss EditPlus. Maybe I haven't found the right text editor yet, but so far, the ones people rave about are just not all that after the ease of use and smart keyboard shortcuts carrying EditPlus...
    Bronius Motekaitis Aug 9, 2010
  • hp- You won't win a battle against TextPad with colleagues or management if that's their tool of choice (and vice versa). So, the biggest reason they should allow it is because it is your most familiar tool, and, because they're both simply text editors (albeit rife with great features), nobody is stepping on anyone's toes by choosing to use one or the other. You should be able to...
    Bronius Motekaitis May 1, 2010
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  • I've not tried it myself, but here's the wiki entry on how to set it up: http://editplus.info/wiki/User_Tools#WinMerge:_Compare_two_open_files Also, I see an old thread (hey, dZ's there :) ) that describes how EP guides the user to pick *which *two windows to compare. I am a big fan of BeyondCompare (v2) also. v3 seems to have necessarily cluttered the interface, but I never really...
    Bronius Motekaitis Apr 6, 2010
  • Has anyone confirmed that this is valid php syntax? That php itself will put precedence to /* block comments */ over wrote: > > > > > Inserting a space between the "?" and ">" works to stop EP from recognizing > the ?> as the end of the PHP statement. I wonder if the PHP processor would > also stop at the ?> in...
    Bronius Motekaitis Apr 1, 2010
  • John- Whether your running your webserver locally in development (likely localhost) or remotely (some domain), you can easily edit the source php files in edit plus both as local files (when working with localhost) or over ftp. For FTP remote files, when you hit CTRL-B, rather than the default behavior (open "the file" in the default browser), you will be prompted for a url that...
    Bronius Motekaitis Dec 6, 2009
  • Thanks for the heads-up! Looks like some great features were added. On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 1:02 AM, mljones1947 wrote: > > > FYI, version 3.12 is now available at > > http://www.editplus.com/download.html > > > * Restores folding state for recent files. > * 'Continue to next file' option on the Find dialog box. > * Directory window keeps previously opened folder icons...
    Bronius Motekaitis Dec 2, 2009
  • Thanks for the insight, Michael- I look forward to hearing others' responses.. This is, after all, kind of a hack. EP is a super text editor that supports opening remote files. If it weren't for the remote file load, I wouldn't be turning to this tool for log viewing. On 10/30/09, mljones1947 wrote: > I rarely edit documents that change while EP has focus, so it wouldn't be a...
    Bronius Motekaitis Oct 30, 2009
  • I knew this part but forgot: As it turns out, if I hit reload, the cursor stays about where it was before the load. So, Open remote log file, hit CTRL-END to jump to the bottom, then every reload ALT-D, E keeps the window scroll and cursor in about the same place, making it easy to see the latest log entries. -Bronius On 10/30/09, mljones1947 wrote: > I wouldn't use it very often...
    Bronius Motekaitis Oct 30, 2009
  • Would anyone else out there see enough value in an automatic document reload function to warrant a feature request? It would help when ssh/cli is not enabled at a host, and you wish to "tail -f" a log file. Currently, you have to manually reload (ALT+D, E), but this would allow you to specify and interval and just have the document auto-reload. -- http://www.bcswebstudio.com web...
    Bronius Motekaitis Oct 29, 2009