In a recent OS upgrade by labstaff (in the middle of the day, while everyone was working) my wonderful 'nedit' disappeared. Of course I installed a private copy. But this made me curious--what editors/programming environments are other people here using for Perl?
I assume most people use some vaguely-graphical X app. But what? And what made you choose that one over the 50-odd others that float around in unix-space?
Update: And I see that this has been answered many times. Sorry. But I'm surprised by the number of 'vi' people. I used to be a 'kate' fan, but I don't feel like trying to set up a private KDE install on Solaris... a shame, too.
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