Topic: Your Development Environment

I'm curious to see how other people develop things on their computer... post up a screenshot of your screen mid development - we might all learn something from your fantastic ways of working:

I'll start

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Not the most fancy piece of code up at the moment, but at least you get to see how much dual screen rocks. The Textmate window is also usually a bit less large, I don't like working with maximized windows.

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I used to have two screens when I was on a PC but since switching to the mac I've been happy with one 24" screen and my Windows machine nearby for various windowsy tasks wink

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I work with dual screens at work in Ubuntu. Used to run Aptana but now am favouring NetBeans (which hasn't crashed once yet!). Usually I have the code on the LCD screen and then whatever I'm working on (web browser/console) on the left window.

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Last edited by innu (2007-12-05 16:41:54)

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I used to work with Visual Studio several months ago, but now as I finally switched to the OS X environment, I am using TextMate now.

I think I also have to mention FireFox and it's precious extension, FireBug as well. Web developers' best friend.

This is a recent screenshot, pls take a quick look:

http://www.eclips3media.com/liquid/dev_wallpaper_small.jpg
TextMate color theme is custom/self made.

Last edited by liquid (2007-12-05 13:01:10)

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it looks a lot like railscast theme/from some user on this forum.
Do you mind sharing it with us ?

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Sure, originally it was started from the one which is being used in the Railscasts videos, I just modified (improved?) it to fit my taste.

Glad you like it smile

And of course if you want to use it, here you go:
eclips3.media (ECLM) TextMate Theme

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Thanks !

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My development Environment, just two.

Vim and JEdit. on a SUSE 10.1 machine with three monitors at home. (Three monitors = lots of vim shells). KNoda for my database viewing.

Vim is brilliant but I find JEdit more use when dealing with a lot of views