[tpm] Anything I'm Missing? (IDE)

J. Bobby Lopez jbl at jbldata.com
Mon Apr 26 12:33:31 PDT 2010

I think I want to make it a habit to annually review my working environment,
including OS, IDE, and any utilities that would make my coding more
effective or enjoyable.

Spring seems like the right time to do this, so I'll just put the question
out there to see if anyone has any suggestions.

Right now, my primary environment consists of the following:

- Mix of ubuntu/debian for servers, just installed Arch linux as my primary
workstation OS.
- BZR as my version control system (been using it a while, and I like it)
- Vim is my editor of choice along with plugins (perl-support.vm, nerd tree,
perltidy.. plan to start using Perl::Critic soon)
- GNU Screen for terminal multiplexing
- Xmonad tiling window manager (minimalist awesomeness)
- Tomboy + Snowy for notes
- And of course, Perl

Are there any other tools out there that you all are using to make your perl
coding that much more interesting/fun/productive?  I installed Padre via
CPAN a few weeks ago, and I like the indentation high-lighting and
function/method lists, but I just couldn't get into it.  I know Vim well
enough that it would be hard to break away.  I considered using Cream, but
again, too much stuff that I may not need.  I like adding useful plugins and
features one at a time.

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