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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • On Windows I've been using UltraEdit 32. I'm as much a UE32 zealot as I am a perl zealot. On linux however (which I've switched to in the last year), I haven't found anything I like as much as it...yet. However, I've been using KDevelop (3.0.x) which seems pretty impressive. However, my standards aren't very high, mainly, I just look for some good syntax highlighting. I'd guess you're looking for more... :)
  • This is one of the commonest questions over on Perlmonks [perlmonks.org]. There are lots of threads, and everyone seems to have their own favourite. While it is nice to find something you like and are happy with, it's important to be able to use other tools too, you never know when you will need to use vi or notpad....

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    -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
  • The Original IDE.
  • These are the things I want from an editor for perl code:
    • Auto-indent. Not the lame kind, but the kind that looks at your context to see if you are in the middle of a loop or a conditional and adjusts. Emacs is the only one I've seen do this right. All I ever do is hit tab and my code is properly indented.
    • Syntax highlighting. Must understand POD, recognize regexes, understand Perl's quoting. etc. None of them are perfect at this, but Emacs is the best I've seen.
    • Block comment/uncomment.
    • Re-flow commen
  • This looks like a good IDE. If I could *afford* it I would probably go for it. More so becuase the pro version has a Tk interface builder.
    • Well ... I do have komodo for the moment ...

      Thanks to the sponsoring of ActiveState, I was able to buy it at the Dutch Perl Workshop auction, together with the Perl DevKit and a one year subscription to ASPN, for far less than the original price ;-)

      So, hey ... my questions are answered ;-)

      But ... in practice I seem to use vim a lot!

      johan