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Wed Jan 22 11:10:39 GMT 2014
I've never found any emacs related package that provides more than incremental improvements over dabbrev-expand (M-x /). Although I did use dconway's recommendations in my .emacs some years ago. I always curse that when working on TT templates (along with davorg's tt-mode) , but not enough to want to fix it.
On 20/01/2014, at 10:49 PM, DAVID HODGKINSON wrote:
> I did some research on this for emacs a while back.
> Having Perl::Critic integrated is nice, and I've done this in some
> places that care.
> Perlysense got some votes.
> ctags/etags is good if you need to zap between files looking for symbols.
> I bind M-x compile to a key to run the perl script.
> But as I say in the blog, despite using emacs for 30 years I'm still
> a philistine. My elisp-fu is long dead.
> On 17 Jan 2014, at 10:18, Andrew <london.pm at unitedgames.co.uk> wrote:
>> Looking to try using an Integrated Development Environment.
>> Is there an industry standard everyone uses and I should get familiar with,
>> or will any do?
>> My previous experience is with NotePad and TextWrangler.
>> I've Windows98SE and OSX 10.5.8 [Leopard] ;-), and use both in tandem via a
>> KVM switch, XD.
>> Thanks in advance, =).
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