Andy Jeffries - Andy developed the editor and was maintaining it till end of 2008 when he handed over development responsibilities to the current maintainer Anoop. He started the project and continued working on it till the last official release - 0.9.91. Andy currently runs a web development company NextGen Development Ltd primarily working on Ruby on Rails and PHP5/MySQL.
Anoop John - Anoop took over the maintenance and further development of gPHPEdit in Jan 2009
Jose Rostagno (Pepe) <joserostagno at the rate of hotmail dot com> - Pepe joined the gphpedit team in Nov 2009 and has been heavily contributing to the development since.
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* Credit goes to the countless number of people who have reported bugs and have helped in getting this editor to this level. A special thanks to all of these diligent Free Software enthusiasts.
The following are credits given by the original developer Andy for people who had helped in bringing out this wonderful editor
* Neil Hodgson <nhodgson at bigpond dot net dot au>
Neil wrote the excellent Scintilla widget. He also has a Scintilla GTK object that comes with the distribution, but it was very GTK+ standard.
* Dennis J Houy <djhouy at paw dot za dot org>
Dennis wrote an excellent wrapper for the Scintilla GTK object called GtkScintilla2 which was much better than Neil's GTK+ object. It also makes GtkScintilla2 in to an RPM file that can be installed separately (with the original Scintilla object it also means that each app had to install it's own copy of the library and statically link to it).
* Tim-Philipp Müller(__tim) and Yevgen Muntyan(muntyan) on irc.freenode.net/#gtk+
These two guys have generally provided a lot of help over the past few weeks on intrecacies of Gtk+ and Automake/Autoconf. Without them, this release wouldn't be anywhere near as good. Thanks guys! (12/11/04)
* Jonathan Oxer <jon at ivt dot com dot au>
Jon's working on getting some .deb packages for those of you who are Debian users. As and when I have news, I'll post it on the site.
* Tim Jackson <tim at timj dot co dot uk>
Tim wrote a script for me to extract the latest version of the PHP functions and their parameters in to a single file.