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From Clinton Gormley <cl...@traveljury.com>
Subject Re: Why people not using mod_perl
Date Fri, 18 Sep 2009 08:34:40 GMT
On Thu, 2009-09-17 at 23:12 +0200, Torsten Foertsch wrote:
> On Thu 17 Sep 2009, Kiran Kumar wrote:
> > There is also Padre (http://padre.perlide.org/) , You can write
> > plugins and customize to your needs, there are already lots of
> > plugins available
> >  http://search.cpan.org/search?query=padre%3A%3Aplugin&mode=all
> 
> I have seen padre first time at the this year German perl workshop in 
> February and tried it out a bit. What I miss is syntax highlighting and 
> indentation for C, XS and Perl in one tool. Can padre handle this? Last 
> time I looked it could not but that was half a year ago.

I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned EPIC, the Perl plugin for
Eclipse.  It works really really well, at least as well as the Java
version (although it can't do as much prediction as Java can because of
the nature of static vs dynamic languages).

Full subversion integration, bugzilla/trac/jira integration, regex
debugger, good syntax highlighting, builtin Perl Tidy, Perl Critic etc
etc and of course, you get support for other languages in the same
application.

There is a git plugin, but it is somewhat basic - it's the main reason I
keep using subversion rather than git.

I don't know how well it supports XS.

If you've never tried it, I'd highly recommend it.  Like all new
environments, it takes a while to get used to, but it is worth making
the effort.

clint


> 
> I am using Emacs for almost 20 years now but it lacks good XS support.
> 
> Torsten
> 


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