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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by systems (5732) on 2009.01.14 5:43 (#66835) Journal
    If i want to quickly evaluate a Perl expression, I open scite, set the file language to perl.

    write code, hit F5 this is working great for me.

    for browsing perldoc, I prefer to use EPIC.

    of course if you can create a tool that combine the two, and have can run in terminal emunlators or dos, this would be great, this will be great.

    i think one can easily an emacs or vim mode to do this, but a didicate simple program is welcomed