SPUG: Re: SPUG@cpan.org and projects
Alan E. Derhaag
aderhaa at n2h2.com
Wed Jul 19 14:02:44 CDT 2000
If you are not aware of it, there already exists such an interface
under emacs in the implementation of the cperl-mode.el module. Also
there is a gdu debugger interface built over gdb that allows a split
screen display of input/output and context sensitive file listing.
Still, this is a valid exercise and far more appetizing to those that
don't want to learn emacs.
Christopher Cavnor <chris at enthusiasm.com> writes:
> I like the idea of the Perl IDE that was mentioned earlier. Would be great to
> have a kick-butt interface for coding Perl. Just to be diplomatic, I can see
> this idea (the Perl/TK database browser/query tool using DBI) integrating
> well with the IDE - sort of like the ColdFusion Studio interface.
> Would be sweet to have DB info at hand while developing Perl apps!
> Matt Tucker wrote:
> > -- wwg at tscnet.com spake thusly:
> > > Anyway, I have a project that I'd be willing to move
> > > under the SPUG at cpan auspices, if anyone's interested.
> > > It's a Perl/TK database browser/query tool using DBI.
> > > I've used it with MySQL and Oracle8i, both on Linux. I
> > > haven't worked on it much in the last couple of months
> > > due to job time constraints. Anyone interested??
> > This is something I would definitely be interested in working on,
> > whether or not the rest of SPUG is.
> > - Matt
Alan E. Derhaag N2H2, Creators of Bess and Searchopolis
phone: 206-336-2972 900 Fourth Avenue, Suite 3400
email: aderhaa at n2h2.com,aderhaag at wolfenet.com Seattle, WA 98164
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