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"Visual" Style IDE

"Visual" Style IDE

"Visual" Style IDE

(OP)
Does anyone know of a freeware/shareware Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Perl under Windows?

I've had a look at Perl Builder -- which looks fine - but I'm too mean to buy it....


Mike
michael.j.lacey@ntlworld.com

RE: "Visual" Style IDE

There's a program called Perl Code Editor, or PCE.  

http://www.perlvision.com/pce/

Ought to get it for you.
It's free.

I don't use it (I use emacs), but it's probably pretty good.  also, there is an emacs port for windows, but if you don't want to learn a whole new editor, go with PCE.

Emacs is much more powerful, though, so it's also worth a look
http://www.xemacs.org -> that'll do it!

Good Luck!
Mike B.

RE: "Visual" Style IDE

there's also a pre-release of komodo, an ide from activestate.

i havent tried it, but it looks really cool.


http://www.activestate.com

RE: "Visual" Style IDE

(OP)
Thx Lucid.

Komodo is NT/2000 only by the way, should be good given how stable the ActiveState version of Perl is...

Should have mentioned before, I use Win98.


Mike
michael.j.lacey@ntlworld.com

RE: "Visual" Style IDE

Why dont you go
to this web site WWW.vmsoft.com
ansd try for Vm Perl ,
That is the One y r Looking for


ram

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