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Old 05-08-2009, 07:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Installing Eclipse, the Epic Perl plugin and my first Perl GUI program

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My choice has fallen on the Eclipse IDE, I know there are many good perl editors out there and I don't have any knowledge about which is the best choice for what job. I do know the choice of editor is very personal and there are even people who use vi as a Perl IDE. My main reason for using Eclipse is because I've read about it on a forum and many people seemed to like it (and it's free). It seems to be a bit of overkill to write my very simple pieces of code in a full fledged IDE and I know it has some downsides too.



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