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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Really, I am not a fundamentalist. I use emacs for my programming. I use vim for my quick hacks or for some remote editing. And, yes, I use both on Linux.

    I know there is vim for windows, as emacs (or xemacs). Meanwhile, I also know that some people have problems working with them (can't understand, but it is true). For those, IDE like eclipse can be good (don't know, never used), but some other options, like Komodo are nice. I know Komodo is not free (is eclipse free?), but it includes very nice features. I used it, I think it is nice, but I still prefer my emacs.

    I also know of some other windows editors people use, like winedt and such, but I do not know those so well I can comment.

    • I agree with you :-) I just disagree with people saying I should use Eclipse because it has code completion and such... Wanna know what I think about code completion? O:-) The same thing [perl.org] as Mr_Perl [perl.org] :-)

      I honestly can't see what I could do with things such as Eclipse that I can't do with Vim... maybe I'm missing something, but I'm happy the way I am :-)

      And don't bother saying (this is not directed to ambs, but to everybody else) if I was coding Java I would need something else rather then Vim, because I w