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Re: Perl Editor for Windows

by BigGuy (Friar)
on Jan 12, 2001 at 03:13 UTC ( #51251=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl Editor for Windows

Personally I use Textpad While this doesn't have the built in interpreter like emacs(or was that vi) You can easily set Textpad up to run your scripts thru your Activeperl(or whatever binary you are using) There are numerous syntax files that you can plug in as well as clip libraries for common things. One other you might want to try is Activestate Komodo This is a pretty sweet IDE for Perl and Python, it is still in beta stages and crashes on me alot, but has promise.
UPDATE Oops sorry for repeating you coyote, that will teach me to finish my posts right away instead of taking a break and coming back and hitting submit

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Re: Re: Perl Editor for Windows
by lzcd (Pilgrim) on Jan 12, 2001 at 03:51 UTC
    Ou! Ou! (ethusiastically sticking up the hand) me sir! me sir!

    I love Textpad. Macro's, block editing and modifiable syntax highlighting make it sweeeeeeet.

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