LinuxCult: A Review of Bluefish
May 05, 2006, 11:30 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Bluefish, the GTK-based text editor tailored for dynamic web
programming, includes most standard features like syntax
highlighting and multiple documents, but also some very neat
features such as integrated documentation, boilerplate code, and
dialogs and wizards. In this article, we will evaluate Bluefish's
unique features as well as its shortcomings.
"Bluefish is an editor designed especially for writing code for
websites--both static and dynamic. Unlike most free development
tools on GNU/Linux, that are focused on more general programming,
Bluefish is packed with useful features unique to the domain of web
programming. Due to this focus, it can be much quicker to learn to
use and become productive with, though it is aimed developers with