p3sulliva wrote on Thu Feb 1 07:46:45 CET 2007:
I switch from Eclipse 3.1 w/Epic .3.12 to Eclipse 3.2 w/ .4.27 and perldoc no long works as designed. 1.1) In the editor the right-click perldoc is no longer a multiple select on option is click on it or Ctl+Shift+H 1.2) If you run it opens two cmd process with the docs return in the cmd window using 'more' to page it (WinXP Sp2 with mks toolkit) and Eclipse alerts(Documentation not available) 2) In the view for perldoc if you run it opens two cmd process with the docs return in the cmd window using 'more' to page it (WinXP Sp2 with mks toolkit) and Eclipse alerts(Documentation not available) Is this a WAD or bug? Thanks, Patrick
jploski wrote on Thu Feb 1 18:58:25 CET 2007:
Which Perl interpreter are you using, perl.exe or wperl.exe? (You should be using the former.)
p3sulliva wrote on Thu Feb 1 20:11:42 CET 2007:
ActiveState v5.8.8 bld 817 "C:\Perl\bin\wperl.exe" type Standard Then I tried "C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe" type Standard and IT WORKED!!! Odd that I followed this: https://www6.software.ibm.com/developerworks/education/os-perlecl/section3.html which states: Windows notes When using the EPIC plug-in within Eclipse under Windows, there are some tricks that will improve your interaction between components. If you are using ActiveState's ActivePerl distribution, change the Perl executable (as set in the General Preference panel) to the wperl.exe executable. This will prevent a command prompt window being displayed each time the code is being checked. It is also a good idea (but not essential) to add the Perl binary directory to your path. It should have been added automatically when ActivePerl was installed.
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