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I just scrolled through the whole file.
I have almost the same versions.
I see breakage that seems to be caused by mis-parses of string termination... not vim-bad... but still broken ;)
Could you post that screenshot somewhere so that I may compare it?

Update: Is it possible that I've mis-configured something and it's falling back to perl-mode ?

I'll be the first to admit I'm not an emacs expert. Only really been using it for 3 months (to play with lisp and slime).

I'm much more comfortable in vim (even with its really weak syntax-highlighting). I've been using it for 10+ years so it's just what I'm used to i guess. My fingers are still not used to hitting the control/alt-keys so much.

Update 2:
Nevermind. It seems my lisp skills are quite sub-par :(

Latest ntemacs and latest cperl-mode (+ actually following instructions) seems quite fine.

Thanks grep, for making me check my facts!

-David.


In reply to Re^6: Some thoughts around the "is Perl code maintainable" discussion by erroneousBollock
in thread Some thoughts around the "is Perl code maintainable" discussion by oyse

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