I've been using EMACS for so long that I am not comfortable
when I have to use another editor. I'm always trying to use
the EMACS key sequences that my fingers seem to have in
their "firmware" now.
I do use VIM under certain circumstances. Most notably
when I am connected via VPN to one of my servers at work
and have to edit something really fast. As much as I love
EMACS it takes forever for it to load its GUI over an
You didn't mention IDE's but I'll mention anjuta here. This
is a Open Source IDE that is geared towards writing
GNOME applications. In spite of that predjudice it is
useable for Perl editing as well though I don't see
why you would use an IDE of that sort for most Perl work.
|Peter L. Berghold||Brewer of Belgian Ales|
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