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Thanks everybody for your responses - I will definitely try out some of the editors you've mentioned. vim seems to do some of the functions that I'm looking for - to be able to use multiple coding and testing terminals and even to be able to run command lines directly. I'm used to vi so the keyboard commands shouldn't be a big problem. However, it seems like configuring vim for perl could be tricky.. Emacs seems to be an option as well so might give it a go.

At the moment I use samba so I can save the output from Ultraedit directly to my linux box (don't have to use ftp) and run/test the scripts - but the major problem is that I have to reload the webpage that calls the script so this testing is not very efficient.

I would also like to try out Komodo for windows (I run my linux server on an old Pentium 133 so I don't really want to use demanding editors on it) but I'm not sure how well will it integrate to do the remote debugging..

Visual Studio with Visual Perl seems a bit of an overkill for medium sized projects... does anybody have any views on that?


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