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submersi... says:
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5.0
 
written about 10 years ago

Taking a leap of faith, I switched from Kate to Padre shortly after Padre 0.20 and almost immediately got involved in it's development. The true joy of being able to hack your language editor in the language you speak was an unknown pleasure to me. I have used and appreciated emacs, but never took the time to learn lisp. Exploited Kate without any understanding of it's gross utility. What struck me about Padre? I can hack the damn thing.. in perl , often even while the editor is running (check out the padre developer plugin).

Despite disabling most of the perl beginner features of Padre, I can appreciate just how helpful it would have been a decade ago when I first discovered perl. As such - Padre gets my recommendation for perl beginners (there is already a culture geared to easy adoption) and for perl adepts (this is an editor you can hack to death - in perl).

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submersi... says:
87cba9ebef891c44ce409a39d53a5025?&s=58&rating=pg&d=https%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
Impressed by Padre  
5.0
 
written about 10 years ago

Taking a leap of faith, I switched from Kate to Padre shortly after Padre 0.20 and almost immediately got involved in it's development. The true joy of being able to hack your language editor in the language you speak was an unknown pleasure to me. I have used and appreciated emacs, but never took the time to learn lisp. Exploited Kate without any understanding of it's gross utility. What struck me about Padre? I can hack the damn thing.. in perl , often even while the editor is running (check out the padre developer plugin).

Despite disabling most of the perl beginner features of Padre, I can appreciate just how helpful it would have been a decade ago when I first discovered perl. As such - Padre gets my recommendation for perl beginners (there is already a culture geared to easy adoption) and for perl adepts (this is an editor you can hack to death - in perl).

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