We think that linux users havn't a habit to pay for used software.
Therefor we will not develop linux version.
wow, I am sorry but that just comes across as ignorant and uneducated. That might not have been the best answer to that question considering the number of your own forum users that are asking about Linux. You will alienate prospective and possibly even current customers with a post like that!
You truly believe that Linux user are unwilling to pay for valuable software?
How exactly did Red Hat close the 2009 fiscal year with $653 million dollars profit if Linux users wont pay for software?http://investors.redhat.com/releasedeta ... eID=373036
My god please don't let that be the only hindrance for you porting (the code is already written) to another OS.
This seems to be a nice application and I am sure tons of Linux users would love to pay for a native PHP IDE that has framework support.
Keep in mind, if it has value, and cannot be found by other means... they will pay!
Currently there are NO PHP IDE's in linux that have native support for frameworks like CodeIgniter that I have found.
I personally would buy this application but I will not switch to Windows to do so.
Linux is what all my servers (200+) run on.
I can interact via SSH and NFS (for shared files) natively if my Desktop is Linux, I lose that *ease* of administration if it is Windows.