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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • On one hand, I love the new stuff. It works a lot better than past versions. On the other hand, I can still just get things done quicker in a text editor without all the fluff.

    The one thing that still turns me away from Eclipse/EPIC and Komodo is the intellisense is never up to par %100 of the time. I know that's a hard thing to do with perl, but it's still my longstanding gripe about Perl IDEs.
    • I think they should go the way of RadRails. They should do their own release (not the whole eclipse distro) just something that is Perl specific and is geared toward supporting a framework like Catalyst. I just tried RadRails and it is pretty good. Something Perl specific and focusing on a framework would be cool.
    • I usually have Eclipse and BBEdit open simultaneously and switch back and forth all the time.

      The one feature I'd really love to have would be "File renaming/moving"->"Package-Renaming" and the other way around, plus renaming the class everywhere it's used. Most Java IDEs have this feature and fail miserably with all those damn XML config files. I guess we'd have the same problem since our MVC framework stores the controller config in an sql database.