in reply to Perl/MySQL Development Environment

I'd recommend using vim. It takes some getting used to, but offers great syntax highlighting, folding, auto-indenting and a lot of other features that coders like. I prefer using multiple terminals: one to code with, one to test with, one to have a permanent mysql command line client on, but you could configure vim to pipe your script through perl or even the perl debugger to test/debug it.

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