Interesting article. Thanks for the pointer for tags - very cool.
The only thing there I didn't see is the ability to switch to files and modules easily:
These lines give me the ability to move the cursor over 'DB' in a line like:
hit 'gf', and zoom
- I'm editing the DB.pm file in /path/to/modules/Peeron/. Also allows to move the cursor over 'example.tmpl' in:
my $tmpl = HTML::Template->New(Filename => "$Peeron::Conf::TMPLDIR/exa
hit 'gf', and get to /path/to/tmpl/dir/example.tmpl
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