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Oh, I like coming up with project names. Explanations and possible acronyms in parentheses...

Onion themed:

  • Peel (Perl Editor and Environment, Linked)
  • Bloom (as in blooming onion, but it has a note of "becoming" in it as in a bloom on an actual flower)
  • Rings
  • Tears (The Editing And Refactoring System)
  • Vidalia (the sweet onion!)
  • Walla Walla (the other sweet onion)
  • Soup
  • Mushrooms (go great with onions)
  • Peppers (these do too)
  • Liver (Language In(ter?)dependent Visual Editing Resource?)
  • Straws

Pearl themed:

  • Diver or Perl Diver (Developer's Integrated Visual Editing Resource or Developer's Integrated Visual Environment and Resource)
  • Price (the Perl of Great Price... Perl Resource for Integrated Coding and Editing)
  • Accretion
  • Necklace
  • Strand
  • Wisdom

Camel themed:

  • Hump(s)
  • Desert (it's a camel's natural environment)
  • Stubborn (probably not a good virtue for an IDE, but used jokingly it might work)
  • Caravan
  • Tail (it's what a camel uses to swat at bugs)

In reply to Re: Name a Perl IDE - get a Perl book or YAPC ticket by mr_mischief
in thread Name a Perl IDE - get a Perl book or YAPC ticket by szabgab

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