[Catalyst] What text editor to use?
ksdoctor at sanfordburnham.org
Wed Mar 2 18:12:45 GMT 2011
Another route is Aptana Studio (free version) with EPIC. In addition to
Only detriment is that it does not understand the TT directives.
I use VNC (chicken of the VNC) to run Aptana directly from the server.
On 3/2/11 3:52 AM, Vivek Chhikara wrote:
> Even I was struggling with same problem a few days back.
> There you can install EPIC (Eclipse Perl Integration), configure .tt
> file association with HTML editor.
> It has a built in XML editor too.
> If you are working on remote systems say from windows you want to
> access Linux files, you can have
> RSE - Remote system installer. All this combination just Rocks for me!!
> On Wed, 02 Mar 2011 05:10:04 -0600, "John M. Dlugosz"
> <wxju46gefd at snkmail.com> wrote:
>> What's a good text editor to use for Catalyst/TT development?
>> The editor I really like for C++ doesn't handle XML well. I've been
>> using "Notepad++" for windows, but the syntax highlighting doesn't
>> understand mixing TT inside the base language, and it has tabs only
>> instead of multiple visible windows.
>> I would entertain both Windows and Linux solutions.
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Kutbuddin Doctor, PhD
Bioinformatics Shared Resource,
Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute
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