Perl IDE -- Write and run Perl-scripts using menus and hotkeys.
VimL Perl TeX Shell
Latest commit 912062e Sep 25, 2014 Fritz Mehner committed with Version 5.3.2
- Use Perl::Tags::Naive instead of Perl::Tags.
- Minor bugfixes.
- Fixed some templates.
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autoload Version 5.3.2 Sep 26, 2014
doc Version 5.3.2 Sep 26, 2014
ftplugin Version 5.3 Mar 26, 2014
perl-support Version 5.3.2 Sep 26, 2014
plugin Version 5.3.2 Sep 26, 2014
syntax Version 5.2 Nov 29, 2013
README Version 5.3 Mar 26, 2014


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- insert various types of comments
- insert complete but empty statements (e.g. 'if {} else {}' )
- insert often used code snippets (e.g. declarations, the opening of files, .. )
- insert the names of file tests, character classes, special Perl-variables and POSIX-signals
- read, write, maintain your own code snippets in a separate   directory
- run scripts or run syntax check from within the editor
- show compilation erros in a quickfix window; navigate with hotkeys 
- read perldoc for functions and modules 
- run perltidy / run the profiler SmallProf
- test / explain regular expressions (needs Vim with Perl interface)

Here are some screen shots :

The help file online :

The key mappings of this plugin (PDF) :

The installation explained: article
"Make Vim as Your Perl-IDE Using perl-support Plugin"

This plugin comes with a help file (perlsupport.txt). Read it with   
  :h perlsupport 


Editing actions differ for different modes!  
There are  a lot of  features which can be configured or customized to match your needs.

Perl Support is on GitHub:

(Please help us keep track of all the issues and name your report/request "Perl-Support: <title>") 

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