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Re^2: What's the best Perl IDE?by karavay (Beadle)
|on Sep 17, 2007 at 16:08 UTC||Need Help??|
Try out Optiperl under win32 - I'am a newb to perl and found it very convinient to use in many ways - though it is 59.00 USD ...
some of its features:
# Complete emulation of a real server - scripts can be run indirectly from html documents.
# Live preview of the scripts in the internal web browser.
# Feature packed editor with syntax highlighting.
# Completely integrated debugging with live evaluation of expressions, watches, breakpoints, flow control. Remote debugging of scripts located on your web server.
# Code completion, and hints while programming. Automatic syntax checking. # Box and line codin
g give a better view of your code. # Saveable desktops.
# Code librarian that supports ZIP files and code templates.
# Context sensitive help on core perl and module documentation.
# Powerful query editor to create the environment and data sent when calling CGI scripts.
# Many tools like URL Encoder, Perl Printer, Pod Viewer and others.
# Projects to organize and publish a set of scripts.
# Version converter to handle non supported perl functions in windows.
# Opening, saving and running scripts on remote servers. # Printing script and exporting as HTML with syntax highlighting.
# Searching and replacing with regular expressions in projects and files.
# Extremely versatile user tools. You can create perl code to integrate with the editor. CVS support.
# File and FTP explorer.