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Re: Any free perl editors?

by davidj (Priest)
on Jul 11, 2004 at 12:05 UTC ( #373453=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Any free perl editors?

I am a vim user. It rules.

For some good references on how to use it, check out the Vi Lovers Home Page.

A lot of other people use emacs. I cannot comment on it, since I do not use it.

Also, check out About perl editor to see what others have recently said.

davidj

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Re^2: Any free perl editors?
by csuhockey3 (Curate) on Jul 11, 2004 at 23:06 UTC
    I prefer emacs. I like vim, but still find myself going back to emacs as I find it a little less cumbersome to customize. I guess it's whatever you learn first or are more comfortable with -- they both do the job.

    CSUhockey3

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