Wamp working, but what next? Help!
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02-07-2009, 10:05 AM
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Kent, UK
"To install Eclipse, all you do is unpack the zip file download in the desired directory. No further work is required (other than making sure you have a Java Runtime Engine installed). When you unzip the file, it creates a subdirectory called "eclipse", with multiple subdirectories under that. So, for example, in Windows you could unpack the zip file in the root directory (e.g., C:\) and Eclipse would be installed in C:\eclipse. Note that installing Eclipse does not change the Windows registry. "
If you have downloaded Eclipse, then you have the "right" version as it is an editor. To make it more suitable for PHP it has add-ins or plugins or whatever it calls them (can't remember at this moment), and if you don't have the ones you need, you just go and get them.
But just to help you, I spent 1 minute looking for the version you need and here it is
PS as for a de-bugger, it sounds as if you are just starting on this, and so your programs will be as simple as mine, and I don't use a de-bugger.
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