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Hello all. I have used komodo edit, which allows on the fly syntax check. This means that, for example, if I do:

use strict; my $name; $namw="Hello";

There will be on the fly red under-wavey thing, that will show me the typo, BEFORE I do perl -c. This cuts down development time, at least for me. Does anyone know of similar functionality in emacs, vi, ultraedit?

In reply to On the fly syntax checkers in emacs, ultraedit or vi by ISAI student

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