[Thamesvalley-pm] Perlie editors?

Harry Pooni harrypooni at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 14:23:01 PDT 2007

I have looked at Komodo, the problem with that is that it replaces the 
standard perl debugger with one supplied by Komodo, which in my humble 
opinion is a no no as it's not standard perl install.

ed wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Sep 2007 21:48:43 +0100
> John Stumbles <john at stumbles.org.uk> wrote:
>> When editing a large Perl script it would be nice if one could jump
>> from a current function invocation to the function's implementation,
>> or find other invocations of it etc. I'm sure there are lots of other
>> useful things an editor that to some extent understood the code it
>> was editing could do.
>> Are there any such beasts around? For linux platforms ...
> I've seen a couple of messages for perl IDE's, my personal preference
> is gvim, sometimes with the perl-support plugin.
> However, I had an idea at the back of my mind that active state might
> offer something, so, have you tried the komodo IDE? I have not, but
> there is a trial that you might be interested in. I am surprised there
> is no obvious IDE written in perl that could do the job.
>   http://www.activestate.com/openkomodo/
>   http://www.activestate.com/Products/komodo_ide/  
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