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Yh, but you have to love the MySQL stuff, im always doing mysql stuff, Im in love with an app called, `Sequel Pro` http://www.sequelpro.com/ (free as well)
I’m more of a PHPMyAdmin guy. Comes with Mamp and has everything you need.
I’ll be honest, Ive seen the video, only… I was more impressed with how they built the video on their homepage, rather then what’s being said in the video.
Just curious, how that is related with IDE functionality? I mean how IDE can have build in MVC separation? I though it’s rather how project you’re working on is build.
How does Built-In MySQL Editor make any IDE better then the other?
You won’t always need MySQL, and you won’t always be working with HTML & CSS . And you won’t always be working with MVC .
Does that mean they can not help you improve the workflow for it. You won’t need it for every project. But it would sure help if you could easily work on 1 page and easily access the related MVC files.
I don’t mean MVC Generation either, I’m talking about accessing files through sub Tabs or something.
Not interested unless they come up with MVC separation built in. It’s the only feature, I seem to be missing from any IDE these days.
Oh, well, that’s my bad.
I guess this topic might as very well be removed then.
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The reason why people use licenses like the MIT license rather then copyrighting stuff themselves is because copyrighting costs a lot of money.
However, this guy didn’t even probably bother reading the MIT license himself. Why should he get a cut of anything of yours. He made it for free under the MIT license and changing that afterwards is just a dick move.
Just watch him. Nothing is going to happen. He doesn’t have the money to sue you or he wouldn’t be trying to ripping you off in the first place.
I could tell you… but then I’d have to kill you. JK
I always wanted to say that.
The git installer worked, thanks. Now that I got GCC I can try installing the rest.
Yeah, I purchased a Macbook Pro. Was about time, so I’m new at Mac Operating system. Anyhow, I noticed. My Macbook didn’t seem to have PEAR installed.
Quick Google search came up with, use Wget. But guess what. I don’t have Wget installed. Seems that the Curl alternative does work but I wanted to install Wget nonetheless.
Found a quick solution to installing wget but it requires me to compile. Now were getting somewhere right? Okay so get this. I already installed XCode the other day so I have it installed.
As posted somewhere in the comments someone said that you need GCC , and it came on the second disc with your mac. Now this is what I don’t get. Last time I checked, this thing didn’t come with a disc. That’s right. Booted it up, got an installer for Mac OSX and just followed the installer. But I never put a disc in if I ever recall.
Okay, so here I am. Wondering why I don’t have a disc with some sort of tools required to run this stuff. So can please someone help me figure out what I need to do in order for this to work?
What I would love is that Wget and PEAR works. Now I can figure it all out myself if only I knew how to get these build tools. That I read about. My Terminal says this exactly:
configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH
I already have XCode installed. Now I’m stuck. Anyone in a mood to help me out? ThanksI was using the following articles to get things done by the way: http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.getting.php