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Re: Perl Programming Tools - (who, what, where, when, and why)

by Washizu (Scribe)
on Oct 11, 2002 at 15:06 UTC ( #204545=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl Programming Tools - (who, what, where, when, and why)

I use Editpad for writing perl code( ) and I use Devel:ptkdb for debugging. ptkdb is a perl debugger with a GUI interface written in Perl/Tk. It has been a life saver for me when trying to isolate problems. Using most expensive IDEs are like driving a car to your neighbor's house. It's expensive, you barely use the feature set, and you may not even get there any faster. Taking the analogy further, using an expensive IDE on a large project is only useful if you know how to drive.

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[ELISHEVA]: the data source, or one of them, is the OECD - they provide a *lot* of data that ought to be easily available to perl programmers.
[erix]: it might be cunning to mention the module in the title... :)
[ELISHEVA]: fancy that - a title that actually describes the problem :-)
[ELISHEVA]: but actually thanks for the reminder
[Discipulus]: DBI::CSV + utf8 = BOO?M
[erix]: in extremis we tend to forget stuff ;)
[ELISHEVA]: \Disciplus : lol
[Discipulus]: and ELISHEVA we waait one your post since ~2years... ;=)
[ELISHEVA]: has it really been that long?
[Discipulus]: it seems..

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