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Re: PerlEdit V1.00 reviewed

by Dog and Pony (Priest)
on Oct 22, 2002 at 19:31 UTC ( #207171=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to PerlEdit V1.00 reviewed
in thread PerlEdit release V1.00 is now available

I tried 0.04 last time there was an announcement (not long ago) and it really, really sucked. I use Komodo from ActiveState now, on both Windows and Linux. It has Syntax Checking, coloring and lots of other great stuff, it works beautifully, is based on Mozilla and generally kicks *ss. :)

Moreover, it supports lots of other languages natively, and yet more with highlighting etc. Give it a test spin, you'll see what I mean. First time I ever liked an IDE over my normal text editors, no matter how many I've tried... :)

I think it is only about $30, too.

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[marto]: nah, it's not off screen
[Corion]: Somehow I'm happy that my Javascript mostly targets Firefox nowadays :)
[Corion]: But my conundrum currently is how to do lightweight SQL for maintaining my user database, instead of home-cooking too much of an ORM ;)
[Corion]: But maybe Just Enough of an ORM might be the ticket, that is, just locked hashes read from the DB :)

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