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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by djberg96 (2603) on 2002.03.28 0:16 (#6435) Journal
    The fact that you're using C# tells me that you're using MS Windows and possibly .NET. If so, you have a few good options (besides Komodo).

    Visual Perl. If you're using the Visual Studio software, Visual Perl is very nice. You can get it at activestate.com. I think it's about $100.

    PerlBuilder at solutionsoft.com. Pretty good, aimed somewhat at CGI programmers. About $150 for the standard version, $250 for the pro version.

    Your free option is OpenIDE [sourceforge.net]. Better than Komodo by a long shot, but then it only supports Perl.

    • We paid out the $495 for ASPN Perl [activestate.com]. I'm pretty pleased with it so far. I've only really been using Komodo as Visual Studio .NET still scares me :)
    • I'm downloading (very slowly) OpenIDE right now. It looks very cool, and exactly what I've been looking for running on Windoze. Over the last week I've been toying w/ Project Builder on MacOS X, and it rocks! It has all the features you'd expect out of an editor/IDE, and then some. So anything that comes close to PB is a good thing. Thanks for the link.
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      "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment