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    visualbasics /dreamwever clone in linux


    hi i am going ICT at college and they have set me a task to do in my own time i have to make a small app with visual basics and i 8page website with DW so i was wondering if there was any linux native clones are if i would have to run them via wine
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    take a look at hbasic, kbasic, Gambas or Phoenix...
    though I really hate VB. I do approve the use of Gamabs for very quick and Distry making programs with the VB language..
    Since the logo is cool ^^
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    Thank You I Will Give Them A Try
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    oh, and though I never used DreamWeaver before.
    Go and check Bluefish.

    heh you are going to get a nice Aqarium now right?
    Gambas and a Bluefish ^^ try to use remote "SHELL".. (heh sry..)
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    thanks do u no if nvu is anygood
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    See here for a list of Dreamweaver alternatives. I use Quanta for my website, but it you prefer a true WYSIWYG app then check out Amaya, TruStudio, or Kompozer. Nvu is no longer being developed. Kompozer is the new project picked up by the main Nvu developer.

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    thanks for the hbasic is very good and i have still not picked a DW clone
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