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  • Helmut Zeilinger
    Hi, i use the j-editor from Peter Graves (http://armedbear.org). It is running under linux and windows (java) and one can switch between different highlight
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      Hi,

      i use the j-editor from Peter Graves (http://armedbear.org).

      It is running under linux and windows (java) and one can switch between
      different highlight modes (perl, html, java, javascript and many others).

      Regards

      Helmut

      --On Monday, March 15, 2004 08:19:35 -0700 John Drago
      <jdrago@...> wrote:

      > Just out of curiosity, what editor do you folks normally use when
      > writing perl?
      >
      > What editor do you used when writing perl inside HTML in ASP-style?
      >
      > Have you heard of the OptiPerl Visual IDE? I have been using it for
      > some time and really like it.
      >
      > I don't mean to sound like I'm "plugging" OptiPerl, but I like it so
      > much and it saves me so much time coding that I thought I would pass on
      > a personal recommendation.
      >
      > OptiPerl has *hands down* the best syntax-coloring I have ever seen.
      > Take a look at a screenshot: http://doc.e-commedia.com/optiperl_d.png
      >
      > Some other features I like include:
      > Integrated POD-viewer
      > Project Manager
      > Code-explorer, with listings of scalars, arrays, hashes,
      > subroutines, packages, PODs, exported symbols, uses and requires.
      > Debugger
      > Remote debugger
      > Internal webserver and support for use with an external
      > webserver
      >
      >
      > It is also extensible in almost any way imaginable via your own perl
      > plugins. If you want to write a plugin with a GUI, you can use perl/Tk.
      > Several examples are included.
      >
      > OptiPerl is a Windows program for now, but I have tried it on Linux with
      > CrossOver Office and it worked well. Xarka.com (the company that
      > created OptiPerl) has mentioned the possibility of a Linux version going
      > into alpha soon.
      >
      > Of course, when I'm just logged in over SSH I use pico when I can (never
      > quite got the vi commands down).
      >
      >
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