> Web design tools? Really? Amaya I suppose, but it's terrible
> when compared to DreamWeaver. What else did you have in mind?
> (a text > editor, while I use one for web development every
> day, is not a web development tool)
So you use it every day for X, but it's not a tool for X. Got it.
I just get really annoyed at comments like this that basically go "there's no software available for Linux, or if there is, all of it is terrible." When you start examining those objections in detail they mysteriously evaporate or become even more vague. "Well there is XYZ, but actually it doesn't have some obscure feature that I want." "What feature is that?" "I forget."
And then, of course, the solution is clearly not to work on the missing features, but to create some infrastructural bridge to nowhere. Is Exchnage support not good enough? Then rewrite the packaging system! It makes perfect sense.
This is all, "not to put too fine a point on it," BS.