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Re: Perl/MySQL Development Environment

by mattr (Curate)
on May 26, 2002 at 14:18 UTC ( #169389=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl/MySQL Development Environment

Hopefully UltraEdit will save things with linefeeds and not carriage returns, otherwise scary to me. Visual Studio can use a plugin from for a visual perl dev environment. Or maybe better yet check out their Komodo IDE. Whatever editor, you should look for one that has a Perl mode that does indenting and syntax coloring. If you can collapse functions even better.

I use Xemacs on linux. There is an NT version too, or you can run the text-mode emacs client in a cygwin shell locally.

So as not to start a holy war, there are also vi and vim which like the emacs can be accessed remotely, which is probably how most config file tweaking is actually done.

Update:I confess, after thinking about it I probably do most quick config edits in vi. Eeek! Whodaknown?

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