My favorite editor is mcedit (this is gonna cost me lots of XP :).
I like the blue background, and the bright syntax coloring. While it's not perfect, I like it better than the vim Perl syntax color schemes I've seen.
Unfortunately, mcedit is packaged with mc (it's the built-in editor), but you can use the "mcedit" executable (which is mc, but under a different name) to call it directly.
You don't need to read any manual before you know how it works: cursor keys and function keys are easy to use - I don't like :w
. I like F2, enter and F10, Y(es).
I've used MANY other editors, including vim and jed - but I still like mcedit best.
2;0 juerd@ouranos:~$ perl -e'undef christmas'
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