|Jul 23, 2013, 10:28 AM||#2|
Ha, you are asking a bunch of programmers which text editor is best?!?
Be prepared for a flood of answers (and the real answer is they're all good once you get used to them).
You can't go wrong with TextWrangler.
(I think it's also available on the Mac App store, if that's more convenient for you.)
"Nobody ever reads these things so I can write anything. I'd eat bananas every day if they were crunchy."
|Jul 23, 2013, 03:56 PM||#5|
Sublime Text is the one I've currently fallen in love with. A few months ago it was gEdit. I'm never ever turning back, though - Sublime Text is worlds better.
Don't tell me Macs don't last: 2007 iMac, 2007 Mac Mini, 2008 MacBook Air, all Vintage.
(iMac obsoletion: April 28, 2015, MBA: October 14, 2015, Mac Mini: March 9, 2016)
|Jul 26, 2013, 04:00 AM||#6|
I also suggest using Sublime
Macbook Pro Retina 13" Late 2014 8gb 512gb 2.8gb i5
Mac Mini 2.5GHz dual-core i5 16gb 500gb - Late 2012
iPad 3rd Black 64gb Wifi - 2012
iPhone6 Space Grey 64gb Verizon
|Jul 26, 2013, 11:16 AM||#7|
Otherwise - start trying out the free demos of Coda, Sublime, PHPStorm etc. but they do cost money if you want to keep using them.
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