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I use Bodhi because it is minimalist, Ubuntu based, and uses Enlightenment(e17, smooth, fast, beautiful, and very configurable) as a desktop.
Perlbrew is a must for me
Sublime is my text editor/IDE of choice(does what I want, handles POSIX RE nicely, configurable, but not free).
Eclipse/Epic is installed/available, but seldom used, as I don't like the debugger at all
Devel::ptkdb is my debugger when not just cmd line...
Meld diff viewer
...and good old subversion for version control...

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