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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Check out the Mac-Emacs [sourceforge.net] project. You'll find instructions there. But the upshot is that you can pretty much check out GNU Emacs from CVS and compile it, and it'll work beautifully with the Aqua interface. I spend virtually all my time there.

  • If you've seen the latest South Park.  :-)
  • With Cakewalk, I can finally give something back to Perl for all the hours I've spent looking for stupid syntax errors.  :-)

  • you might also want to try BBEdit

        http://barebones.com/

    That editor is the primary reason I use the mac, and the reason
    I had my employer buy me a mac for work (they get their money's
    worth in terms of my increased productivity).

    It even has an emacs compatibility mode to help folks like you  :)
    I haven't used that mode myself, but I believe it just tweaks the
    key commands around to be more emacs like, and offers an option
    to show a 'status' line in each window (which I've also not used,
    but I'