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Re^2: using perldebugger as REPL?

by LanX (Sage)
on Dec 20, 2008 at 02:22 UTC ( #731715=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: using perldebugger as REPL?
in thread using perldebugger as REPL?

Wel bedankt! 8 )

Just installed it and it looks really nice! *

Yes, I'm anyway using emacs - actually to an extend that I fear to be reborn with 20 fingers ; )

But nevertheless a perl only solution could be better!

Some emacs-blues

Unfortunately emacs-"moduls" are not as easily combinable like perl-modules.

For instance I just discovered ECB, but how does it combine with Cperl, Sepia and PerlySense ?

will I be able to rund the same emacs-config on the next machine, maybe a win instead of linux or will I need another week of reconfigurations ... therefore I always end with the basic config and the basic keyconfig after moving to a new system! : (

A reliable ELPAN is really missing!

Cheers Rolf

UPDATE:
(*) wow it even gets multilines right 8)

Sepia version 0.92. Press ",h" for help, or "^D" or ",q" to exit. main @> print "a" a=> 1 main @> 10/2 => 5 main @> 5/2 => '2.5' main @> (1,2,3) 1 2 3 main @> for (1..10) { >> print >> } 12345678910=> ''

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Re^3: using perldebugger as REPL?
by jplindstrom (Monsignor) on Dec 20, 2008 at 12:36 UTC
    For instance I just discovered ECB, but how does it combine with Cperl, Sepia and PerlySense ?
    And you even missed Emacs::PDE :)

    /J

      And a multitude of other enhancements! :)

      I'm curious, what are you combining PerlySense with? Just cperl-mode?

        I'm not sure I understand what you mean by that. Combine in what way? Like for instance... what?

        /J

Re^3: using perldebugger as REPL?
by educated_foo (Vicar) on Dec 21, 2008 at 02:42 UTC
    Yes, Emacs package management is laughably bad, boiling down to: (1) contribute it to GNU Emacs, (2) prefix everything, or (3) cross your fingers.

    Also, version 0.92 is a year and a half old. The latest released version, 0.97, fixes a number of bugs and adds some potentially useful features like CPAN browsing.

      > Also, version 0.92 is a year and a half old.

      Yeah I know ... but the debian package was installed within a minute! Reasonably fast for a quick test... 8 )

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