>With 0.7.1 being released maybe we can step back and plan some
>A couple of gotchas recently:
>The css files aren't parsed so image urls are site specific. I do
>prefer having regular css files that are served by the webserver and
>cached by the browser over generating them with php.
It's really hard to test images from sites running on local developing
machines because the IMAGE url tends to be absolute (if this is what you
mean) in the phpslash releases that I have used. I agree that some work is
needed to get the style sheets in better shape; maybe compliant with W3C
standard (I know somebody fought this fight before... ). I get an awful lot
of errors when trying to validate my site with the HTML or CSS validator at
And while we are at it, why not just change the fileformat of all .gif to
>I've taken to using KDE for most of my development. It's really come
>a long way ( the hardware has caught up to it too).
>A couple of things stand out -
>quanta - This IDE is working well for me. When the kate editor that it
>uses has the embedded vim, I'll probably use it much more.
Anjuta is very nice (for me) since it uses an embeded scintilla-based editor
(that does nice highlighting for lots of different languages).... I'm
working on various projects on Anjuta only (though I have to go to the
terminal for Vim's rescue from time to time) and have no complaints about it
"...The Mac does this so smoothly, it feels like an extension of your mind."
- Paula Speer, MacWorld Magazine 2003-04
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