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Re: IntelliJ IDEA for Perl !! Try it, use it, BE HAPPY !!

by stevieb (Canon)
on Oct 14, 2021 at 17:20 UTC ( #11137526=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to IntelliJ IDEA for Perl !! Try it, use it, BE HAPPY !!

I've been using it for several years now, and have posted about the setup several times. I absolutely love it.

Note that they have an excellent Open Source licensing program. This program if you qualify gives you a yearly-renewable license whereby you can use the professional version of every single one of their products. I've had this license for several years as well. I frequently use IDEA, PyCharm, CLion (and Rider, solely for the development of berrybrew), and Datagrip for databases.

The company itself is very nice to deal with (as I have to at least once per year for my license renewal).

As far as Perl, I concur that kudos goes out to Alexandr for sure. He even made things so that you can select berrybrew Perls as the SDK ;)

Also check out Devel::Camelcadedb, which affords you full Perl debugging support from within the UI.

Update: Oh, yeah... forgot to mention that the IDE also has a Vim plugin, so you can use a real editor inside of the IDE :P

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Re^2: IntelliJ IDEA for Perl !! Try it, use it, BE HAPPY !!
by ait (Hermit) on Oct 14, 2021 at 19:01 UTC

    Thanks for the additional details.

    To confirm your point, it also happily works with Perlbrew as well.

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