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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Don't forget that emacs understands the perl debugger (or rather, the perl debugger recognises emacs and reacts accordingly) so debug your perl in emacs - one window shows the debugger, the other window steps thru your source with a highglight for "the current line". Plus emacs understands perldocs, you can run a shell within emacs and so integrate your command line with your editor, it understands most source code control systems ... the point of emacs is not "just an editor" but "an environment for software development".