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Friday May 23, 2008
05:32 AM

Open Source IDE for Perl

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See my blog entry about Open Source IDE for Perl
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  • A bit of shameless self promotion here.

    For Perl newbies on Windows, Perl Oasis [buzzwordninja.com] may be useful. I certainly found it indispensible when UltraEdit was my editor of choise. It doesn't do anthing fancy, but it will get you a nice overview of the code you're working on and it's easy to browse documentation of relevant modules (your own and CPAN).

    Sure, Emacs isn't an easy enough editor to "just start using", but once you do it's got 88.2% of that list covered. The most obvious things missing are semantic method co
  • When using Vim I have implemented IDE like features using perl-support [sourceforge.net] along with an autocomplete package, see the presentation I gave to SF.pm [redhotpenguin.com] for details

    When using Emacs (yep I use both) I use Perlnow [perlnow.com] along with an autocomplete package as well, see my svn emacs repo [redhotpenguin.com]. Nothing too fancy, but gets the job done.