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    Default Padre (perl) on leap?

    Has anyone gotten Padre IDE working on Leap?

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    Unhappy Re: Padre (perl) on leap?

    I suspect bad news –


    Yes, Padre is/was a recommended Perl IDE – searching for an alternative reveals (for me) only –
    • The “EPIC” plugin for Eclipse.
    • Editor only –
    • Kate.
    • Vim.
    • Emacs.


    The KDevelop IDE doesn't support Perl very much at all – there's no Perl debug capability …

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    Default Re: Padre (perl) on leap?

    Ah, I see. I didn't notice that. I did find EPIC for Eclipse which seems operational. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Padre (perl) on leap?

    @pattiM:

    My experience with Perl was due to an automated test rig based on Perl used for integration testing of an embedded real-time system – we were writing the Test Cases in Perl – including some fairly complicated issues around message element structures, plus timing issues around “what was expected and when” …

    We tended to simply use Vim for the editing with debugging being done by single-stepping the Test Cases – no IDE …

    Yes, these days I would prefer an IDE such as the Eclipse plugin (EPIC), despite my preference for KDevelop over Eclipse – unfortunately, KDevelop doesn't support Perl – I would have to use Eclipse …
    • But, I'm retired so, that doesn't really matter …

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