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Re: Windows Text Editor for Perl

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 18, 2003 at 16:00 UTC ( #315548=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Windows Text Editor for Perl

The I have used and liked are:
SlickEdit which does cost quite abit but will work as complete C/C++/java development enviroment. It has highlighting for Perl and other languages as well, and a powerful macro language to boot.
ConText is a simpler but free text editor with highlighting. Good and simple.
Eclipse with the EPIC Plugin is the best total environment for Perl I have seen in this kind of tool (But I don't get out). Oh,Free as well
UltraEdit is also very good.

MADuran (Who really needs to remember his password)

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[LanX]: pm != tk ;)
[Corion]: zentara: Most likely they used something like [http://www. node=123456] instead of [id://123456], which uses whatever domain you're visiting from
[LanX]: hmm... Actually this could be used for a phishing exploit ...
[LanX]: ... well like always :)
[zentara]: LanX One day, I will see a great interest in Tk. It's small, self-contained, needs very few external libraries, AND makes it easy to make high-contrast displays. :-)
[zentara]: Corion in this cased they left the www. out
[zentara]: /d// :-)
[LanX]: i like tk, just joking. but what about modern styles?

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