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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • just added ticket at http://padre.perlide.org/ticket/91 [perlide.org] with details.

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    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;
    • It is because Padre comes only with Build.PL and old version of CPAN.pm try to be helpful by creating a Makefile.PL but they don't know what to put in.

      The solution is to upgrade CPAN.pm, or better yet, Bundle::CPAN

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  • "Ctrl-T is the default new file hot-key just as in Firefox."

    Firefox does not have the concept of new file. You can open a new tab with Ctrl-T, an existing file with Ctrl-O or a new window with Ctrl-N (most Windows application use Ctrl-N for new file/window/whatever).

    Using Ctrl-T is going to confuse me to no end.

    • Most of this mucking around with hotkeys is just a prelude to being able to configure your own, which is of course FAR superior to anything we can pick for you.

      • Augh, no! The defaults have to be perfectly good because the crushing majority of people never customise the software they use. “I’ll make it a preference” leads straight to UI Disaster Central.