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Thursday September 09, 2004
09:50 PM

My programming on windows

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I've moved my development of my ailing linux box and onto my windows pc.  I was tired of shifting keyboards and monitors, so I went out to see what I could do.  First, I had to get perl installed, so that means activestate.  I wanted to keep this as Win32 as possible so I didn't want cygwin.

For IDEs I decided to try Eclipse after reading so much about it.  Then to program perl with Eclipse, I needed to get the EPIC plugin.  Okay, since I am a member of the Chicago.pm group, and we're working on Kwalitee testing HTML::Tree.  So the current source code control utility of the month is subversion, and perl qa testing is going to use it; I had to get subclipse, the eclipse subversion plugin.

So, these plugins are all working.  I've got eclipse to run perl programs, and run prove on both a single .t or the entire project.

Next will be to see if I can get coverage stats generated as well.

This is cool.

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