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Emacs – not for mere mortals ;) Can do anything(Cperl), if you know elisp Emacs/vim/mceditor and etc.
Vim – tiny and light editor. Like a ОS emacs :) can do anything. But you must knows enough(“уметь готовить”) Emacs/vim/mceditor and etc.
Mecditor and etc – not a full IDE, but easiest Emacs/vim/mceditor and etc.
Eclipse + EPIC EPIC - Perl Editor and IDE for Eclipse. This is plugin for Eclipse. Now is dead(deprecated).
Eclipse + EPIC
Eclipse + EPIC Debug
To see variables values – PadWalker
Can do Single Step/Step Into/Step Over
Eclipse + EPIC But! Because it's Java programm => ~500 mb of Ram and good proccessor need to normal working EPIC – not fully supports 64-bit GNU/Linux. No support for PERL 6 ;) EPIC – is deprecated.
Not “free”(not libre)
Can do anything(really)
Run on mozilla engine
Cross platformed(runs good everywhere)
Free(License Artistic/ GPL 2)
Has diffenrent UI languages(Russian,French and etc)
Written on Perl
Native graphical looks(because using Wx)
Perl 6 support
Advanced Text editor features(Search,replace and etc.)
SVN/SVK/GIT/CVS/RCS support(mainly not for production use)
Easy to extend via plugins
Refactoring tools(Rename,Change variable_style,Extract subroutine and etc.)
Good plugins manager
Module tools(to install cpan package and etc – works sometime badly (; )