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Post subject: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 14.12.2010, 00:18



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Does someone has a recommendation for a simple and easy-to-use IDE development environment for Perl?

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Post subject: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 14.12.2010, 18:01
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Post subject: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 14.12.2010, 21:57



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emacs (you can't spell "evil" without vi.) Wink

Jokes apart, I do like emacs for coding a lot. There is a learning curve, but it is very good after you get used to it.

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Post subject: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 14.12.2010, 23:01



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thanks guys, will try both!

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Post subject: Re: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 14.12.2010, 23:04



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      x-un-i wrote:
vi


      Code:
apt-cache policy vi
N: Paket vi kann nicht gefunden werden


vi is not avail...

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 15.12.2010, 00:18
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There are multiple vi implementations around. What you want is properly 'vim'.

You will properly need to add a few plugins to get the full fealing, depending on what you need. And make sure to run the 'vimtutor'. The userinterface is a bit unusual and can be hard to learn at first, but i think it pays off later on…

emacs on the other hand will properly included much more by default, but you may need plugins, too, i don't know as i haven't used it. I only know what other people say about it: "emacs is a fine operation system, it just lacks a good text editor" Wink

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 15.12.2010, 07:23



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Thanks DonKult,

I will check vim also, test, play around and decide!

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 17.12.2010, 21:45



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Eclipse and the EPIC plugin is the other extreme:it's a real IDE with debugging,code completion etc.
I doubt it qualifies as 'simple', though, but once you learn Eclipse, you'll have learnt a tool which supports many languages.

One of really good things about Python is that the standard distribution comes with a simple cross-platform IDE (IDLE) which offers integrated help, debugging and so on. Almost for this reason alone, Python is a much better learning environment than Perl.

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 18.12.2010, 07:42
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Kate also does a fine Job, not just as an editor, but also as a basic IDE. And you can always extend it with KDESvn, Kdiff and Kdevelop.
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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 18.12.2010, 11:43



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Thanks guys,

I assume eclipse is more what I look for. if that is too complicate I will also kate with the extensions.

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Perl - IDE recommendation  PostPosted: 18.12.2010, 22:53



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Kate also does a fine Job, not just as an editor, but also as a basic IDE. And you can always extend it with KDESvn, Kdiff and Kdevelop.
Greetings,
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Kate/KWrite and the other kdev programms ar my personal favorite, too, because most of them are preinstalled, are easy to use (you can directly start with writing), have a nice syntax highlighting and integrate themselves perfectly in the whole K Desktop Environment. KDESVN for example gives a nice overview in Dolphin, if you have got the newest file or if changes have been made, but I still prefer the command-line svn to do changes.

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