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Old Mar 23, 2009, 08:27 PM   #1
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What IDE do you guys use for Perl, seems xcode doesn't directly support it. Was wondering if there was a better solution than using eclipse, which is what i currently use, but in ubuntu through vmware.

i'm a computer science student too btw
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Maybe you are using Perl a lot, and need a full editor, but I am a student as well and I say just work on it in the command line with nano or whatever you prefer.
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What IDE do you guys use for Perl, seems xcode doesn't directly support it. Was wondering if there was a better solution than using eclipse, which is what i currently use, but in ubuntu through vmware.

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I use TextMate for all my random script-editing needs. If you don't want to spend the money, I'd suggest TextWrangler.
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Eclipse works quite well with the EPIC plugin for perl.
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Eclipse works quite well with the EPIC plugin for perl.
wow... for some reason i never even checked for a mac version of eclipse, guess i'll keep using it but in OS X now.
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