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Re: In search of a good (and free) Perl IDE for Windows

by crouchingpenguin (Priest)
on Jun 12, 2003 at 11:17 UTC ( #265333=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to In search of a good (and free) Perl IDE for Windows

Check out Epic, a perl plugin for Eclipse. It's all high quality Free Software.

Interesting features include:

  • On the fly syntax check (with annotation hover)
  • Content assist (such as with method names, etc)
  • Quick reference feature
  • Outline view with used modules and subroutines
  • Source formatter
  • a RegExp Plugin
  • Syntax Highlighting


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[Lady_Aleena]: Well, right now, I"m looking at modules where I put randomness that aren't in my RolePlaying/Random dir, like RolePlaying:: Character:: Alignment that is mostly about random_alignment than expand_alignment.
[erix]: cute
[Lady_Aleena]: So, I'm thinking about splitting it between the two different things.

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