[Chicago-talk] Perl IDE
jt at plainblack.com
Wed Nov 30 14:39:51 PST 2005
I work on Mac, Linux, and Windows (pretty much in that order). I use Notepad++ on
Windows sometimes, but pretty much vim everywhere. I'll probably stick with vim on Linux
and Windows, because most of my dev work is done on Mac. So I'm really looking for
whether getting Mac IDE will help me be more productive.
On Wed, 30 Nov 2005 14:34:08 -0800 (PST)
tiger peng <tigerpeng2001 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> If on windows, textpad is oaky.
> I stick on vi(m). I typed in a lot vi commands even
> when I worked with notpad or textpad. That's realy a
> --- JT Smith <jt at plainblack.com> wrote:
>> My entire Perl life (10 years now), I've been using
>> vim for editing my perl programs.
>> It's fair to say I've written a million lines of
>> perl code in vim. Though I love vim, I
>> don't want to be missing out on things that could
>> make my life easier. I'm wondering,
>> what do you use for your Perl IDE?
>> I've recently started looking at Komodo, Eclipse,
>> and Xcode. Any thumbs up or down on
>> those? Any pointers in other directions?
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