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Re^5: using perldebugger as REPL?

by jplindstrom (Monsignor)
on Dec 20, 2008 at 13:22 UTC ( #731754=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: using perldebugger as REPL?
in thread using perldebugger as REPL?

I'm not sure I understand what you mean by that. Combine in what way? Like for instance... what?

/J


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Re^6: using perldebugger as REPL?
by LanX (Canon) on Dec 20, 2008 at 13:32 UTC
    I have to admit I havent used PerlySense till now, therefore the question might be stupid...

    ... which non-standard elisp-packages do you personally combine with it? For instance ECB?

    Cheers Rolf

      Ah, right.

      I tried to use ECB when I was a complete Emacs n00b, and I don't think I had enough basic Emacs skills to learn new things easily at that time, at least not complicated things like ECB.

      When I finally managed to install it I don't think I ever managed to get the Perl stuff working properly (I used it for C++ at that time). Semantic doesn't support Perl IIRC, but ctags should work.

      I also looked at it later to see if I could get PerlySense to hook into it, but again the elisp was way too magical for me at that time, having only put stuff in my .emacs file up until then. (I've basically learned elisp as I went along writing PS). Maybe I should take a look at it again.

      So yes, outside of PS:

      • cperl-mode
      • project-root with a home grown project-find-file, and project-ack (which I just recently folded into PerlySense with some bells and whistles)
      • I put an improved regex-tool into PS, but it turns out I rarely use it
      • The Emacs perl debugger is brilliant, and I use it sometimes (but it needs to be Project aware, so a wrapper will go into PS eventually).
      • flymake to check syntax and Perl::Critic, but that's also wrapped and improved slightly in PS.
      • yasnippet, mostly for very simple but awkward-to-type things like unpacking sub/method parameter lists. I have special key bindings for extremely common things like "$self->", "->" "=>", and a curly block.
      • Home grown functions to reformat and align parameter lists for when they get too long.
      • Version control stuff, also streamlined into PerlySense (might not really be on-topic, but still useful)

      /J

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