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Re: OT: Changing Platforms between C++ and Perl in NetBeans?

by Old_Gray_Bear (Bishop)
on Sep 17, 2015 at 01:13 UTC ( #1142276=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to OT: Changing Platforms between C++ and Perl in NetBeans?

I am afraid I can't help you here. My Perl IDE is VIM and the command line.

I poked a bit at NetBeans (back when it was still a Sun Micro product) when I was looking for a Java IDE. I gave it up when I gave up on Java, some ten years ago.

You might consider the principal of 'the right tool for the right job', and use different development methodologies for different languages. Just a thought. (Or, consider how you might try to cram Lisp or COBOL into the procrustean bed of your IDE....)

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Re^2: OT: Changing Platforms between C++ and Perl in NetBeans?
by stevieb (Abbot) on Sep 18, 2015 at 00:46 UTC

    I've used vim as my editor since forever, but the last couple of weeks, I've been testing IntelliJ with IdeaVim and Camelcade (Perl5) plugins. It works really well. It doesn't allow you to run the code with the IDEs run/debug tools, but you can open up a terminal window within the IDE, and as always, you can simply run from within the vim window itself.

    It does however allow you to visualize your entire project, see the structure of the open file for quick browsing through subs, variables etc, and allows "find usages" and other handy things.

    There's been postings: Camelcade - Perl5 plugin for IntelliJ IDEA, v1.0 released here on PM about the Camelcade plugin which is why I gave it a shot. Works with PyCharm as well.

    I won't stop using vim, but when I'm working on my larger (multi-module) projects, I'm liking the GUI IDE.

      This sounds like using emacs and combing evil-mode (VIM emulation) and ECB = Emacs Code Browser (treeview pane on the left ...and so on) on top of cperl-mode and perldb integration.

      There is more than one way˛ to upgrade to IDE feeling while keeping the VIM experience. =)

      Cheers Rolf
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Re^2: OT: Changing Platforms between C++ and Perl in NetBeans?
by MidLifeXis (Monsignor) on Sep 17, 2015 at 13:40 UTC

    (Or, consider how you might try to cram Lisp or COBOL into the procrustean bed of your IDE....)
    Was that a "YourEmacs"™ joke?

    --MidLifeXis

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