While we're on the subject, I wonder if you gVim users on Windows out there would like to try out the gVim support in Perl Oasis
(it is a Perl IDE, kind of. It is a code navigator; a POD/source/class/project browser). Reading the article, it sounds somewhat similar to the "Tag explorer".
I implemented gVim support some time ago but thought I would support PFE completely before releasing it (the DDE support in Editor::Win32::PFE is somewhat shaky, so I'm not sure it'll work at all times). Then I got interested in other things :)
The gVim stuff is done though, but since I don't use the editor myself I'm kind of curious how good it fits the way people actually use gVim. So, if you're interested in beta-testing the gVim stuff, I would be very happy to get your feedback.
- Download the beta, unzip
- Start gVim
- Start Perl Oasis
- In File | Preferences | Editor, chose gVim
- Check out Top Headings while you're in the preferences and go back there after trying it out
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