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Re: IDE for Remote Coding/Testing

by halfcountplus (Hermit)
on Apr 09, 2012 at 17:49 UTC ( #964172=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to IDE for Remote Coding/Testing

In days past I would just suck it up and use vim or similar, which is fine for smaller projects or quick scripting. This time I will be undertaking a larger project and I'd really like the convenience of a feature-rich IDE.

I'd reconsider vim. Not to start a timeless argument, lol, but I use (g)vim and eclipse for development in a bunch of languages including perl. IMO, the editing features in eclipse are between non-existent and pathetic -- it's just cut n' paste; you might as well be working in notepad. I think people who have not had much experience with software like vim don't recognize this. Note that most of the useful eclipse/IDE features -- autocompletion, subrountine indexing -- are available as plugins for vim and, at least WRT to perl, work better.

Sigh. I sound like a rabid fan. But honestly, don't right vim off for this; it is hard to learn, but very much worthwhile in the end.

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by Lotus1 (Deacon) on Apr 12, 2012 at 01:50 UTC

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