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There's a danger of falling foul of 2.0'Reilly if you use a camel-related name. Since an onion is the official emblem of Perl, what about Shallot? This will enable you to say, when you cease responding to feature requests, "That's Shallot".

Cue groans.

If you haven't yet realised it, it's a very bad idea to ask for software names anywhere I might read it, as witness the following:
Perl Integrated Environment - Everything You Ever Desired
Perl Integrated Software System Enabling Development
Perl Users' Keyboard Environment

Ah well, I didn't really want a ticket to YAPC Antarctica, anyway :-)

Have fun,

John Davies

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

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