[Kc] May Meeting
eric at alliances.org
Wed May 7 06:56:15 PDT 2008
Probably your best bet for a fully integrated IDE is Eclipse. I've been
using it for about four years and I've been extremely happy with it.
It's by far and away the most responsive, most stable Java application
I've used. It's extensible - in fact it's not designed to be an IDE,
it's designed to be an IDE framework - you build the modules you need.
It's got a nice Perl editing package called EPIC and good integration
with CVS, SVN and other code repository packages.
I'd certainly recommend looking at it before you start writing your own.
On Wed, 2008-05-07 at 08:59 -0400, James Carman wrote:
> Hey All,
> I would like to know how to speed up project development time. Anyone have some good rapid development tips specific to Perl?
> Things like IDE's, Frameworks, MVC's all sound nice, but it seems like I have to learn them to know if they are worth using. I would rather pick your brains. :-D
> I am constantly hearing about Visual Studio from other developers I know. Yesterday I attended the Microsoft Hero's event in St. Louis, and watched a demo of their newest IDE/Framework. It is very nice. It is very integrated. I don't know of a current Linux IDE that can compete. On that note I would love to hear more about that subject. Also if there is no awesome IDE available, is anyone interested in collaborating to write one?
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