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PHPEdit Version 2.10 Released
May 03, 2007 @ 10:26:00

In an announcement from Waterproof, the latest release of the PHP IDE, PHPEdit has been released - version 2.10:

We are proud to announce the brand new PHPEdit 2.10. This is a free update for all PHPEdit 2.x customers and personal license holders. You can download your copy here. If you are currently not a license owner you can start a new trial period with this release.

This release adds special new debugger features like multiple concurrent debug sessions, full xDebug support and a wizard which allows users to configure there debugger environment with ease. Additionally we have improved the search and replace feature based on user requests and ergonomic tweaks.

We have prepared a nice screencast which presents you the major changes.

Their official announcement also includes their "Top Five" reasons to upgrade your copy right away:

  • Debugger Configuration is now easier than ever
  • Multiple Debug sessions, ideal for AJAX applications
  • Improve performance of your scripts with our profiler
  • Take your time with writing code, not searching within it
  • PHPEdit gets even more stable
You can check out the Changelog here or just head straight to the downloads and grab the update.

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