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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I am toying with the "free" version. Some of the stuff I can replace with commands and snippets but I wish they would have left the in:

    RX toolkit
    Code browser

    If they would have left those 2 things in I would have given up $50.

    Robert
    • Agreed - I really like the Rx Toolkit. A while ago, I came across an open source Rx Toolkit application, but can't find it again. A Google search comes up with RegEx Coach [weitz.de], though - it is a separate program, but perhaps there's a way to integrate it in?

      - Jason
      • You can create a command in the toolbox to launch it. You can even create a custom toolbar and add it to there with its own icon if you so choose. RX Toolkit was really good though. : \

        Also I am on OSX so some of the free ones aren't going to work. I know of a good Tcl based one as well. I will do a search tonight.
  • Version 4.0 may be a turning point for me. I've hated all previous versions...esp the code complete because it almost always never works most of the time. I just tried 4.0 Edit..and I rather like it now. The prefs are saner. Much to my surprise, I could run server type perl scripts , have the output go to the console real time for requests. Add a browser pain on top of that, and Catalyst development just got a lot easier.
    • I lied. I had to stop using it. Simple things like add/moving files didn't work. IF would add a file to the root project, even though I told it to add it to a specific folder. And moving it around does DWIM. Maybe a bug, but a dangerous one at that.
  • I went to have a peek at that Firebug thingy and, wow, I think I'm in love. :-)

    I had been forever looking for something to help me debug javascript, and I think that the search is finally over.

    Thanks for sharing!