[sf-perl] Padre Perl IDE .dmg available for Macs now
friedman at highwire.stanford.edu
Thu Jan 14 15:08:21 PST 2010
Between the latest version of CPAN's Wx and Padre itself, something is only compiling for x86_64, which means that people like me who run Snow Leopard on a 32-bit Mac can't run it at all.
So I can't run either the Padre.app from the .dmg file or wxPerl anymore. Bleh.
I'm going to have to pull my old wxPerl from my backup disk when I get home, but alas, Padre is out of my reach. :-(
I've been looking for a Mac perl-specific refactoring editor for years now, too.
Mike Friedman | HighWire Press, Stanford Univ | friedman at highwire.stanford.edu
On Jan 14, 2010, at 1:02 PM, Joe Brenner wrote:
> Fred Moyer <fred at redhotpenguin.com> wrote:
>> The Padre Perl IDE has a dmg installer package for OS X now apparently.
>> Just installed it, everything went fine. Didn't see anything earth
>> shaking with my first few lines in it, but would be interested in
>> hearing others' experiences with it.
> Same here, on both counts. I think it's impressive how far they got
> that project to advance in a year and a half, but didn't see any reason
> I'd want to switch to it from emacs.
> One thing that's interesting about that project, though, is they tend to
> break out their sub-systems as perl modules, so in theory other editors
> and ides can take advantage of what they're doing.
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