Hi, I'm new to perl and was wondering if someone could suggest a good IDE for perl on windows. I was looking at OptiPerl and Komado. Any suggestions? Thank you
> but would love any recommendations that people might have in terms o
> i far prefer it to command line world.
Beware the IDEs of March...
- Matt Garrish in clpmisc, "Re: open-perl-ide qustion"
But seriously, this comes out quite often and indeed it seems people have no problems Komodo, but possibly for the fact that it's not free or opensource (AFAIK). Also, an interesting alternative seems to be Eclipse with the EPIC plugin for Perl.
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