I've finally decided to roll out version 1.0 of my .
So why choose XStandard over FCKeditor or TinyMCE? Simply put, it produces valid markup. The pro version can actually filter material pasted from Word into semantic XHTML while retaining structure. Here's a full .
After upgrading to Leopard I finally got fed up with MAMP. I've been using it for development for quite a while, but found it dog slow and I never got the GUI tools to work right under 10.5. I've been using on servers and decided to give it a go on my MacBook Pro. It runs superbly.
This setup requires MacPorts which is a Linux style package management system. Everything you install through MacPorts is contained in the folder
/opt and it doesn't tamper with your existing OS X installation.