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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm stretching my vim wings lately trying to learn a bit more, and could definitely always use things that make working with Perl easier. If there's any way I could get a 'hey' if you need some help testing, or otherwise twisting and bending these vimish ideas, let me know. Be glad to try and help.

    Just don't expect rapid turnarounds, not much of my time is my own in the current present. :)
  • map ,d :!perl -d -Ilib/ %<CR>

    Pardon the lengthy introduction, but I hope the context will be of use.... At work, when I start working with a checkout, I do

    ww vod_foobarbaz_120987_WORK

    The ww means 'work with' (the directory name is subsystem, ticket description, ticket number, and ticket status... so I can spot my trees in QA status easily).

    ww is responsible for setting $ENV{CVSWORK} and replacing a few standard symlinks. This lets me refer to sections of the checkout in a standard way regardless