I have a folder called OTRS Ticketing system which is developed using Perl. I need to open the perl files in design mode so that i can make any changes in design layout . I can use toolbox controls like dropdown, textbox, Datagrid etc. Is there any Perl IDE for opening & changing design layout.
I downloaded Editplus, Komodo but all are one we can view code and make changes in code. But not able to see as design view.
How to do this. Any suggestion for Perl development tool which we can use for opening perl files in design mode.
I have a two column page that am desperately trying avoid using an IFRAME as the target. I have spent the last two days unsuccessfully.
Is there anyone who has this problem solved or knows where or how to solve it.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
So what's the problem? Indeed, what is your question?
I just hope the lithium polymer cells in my Code Project Mind Reading Unit still have some charge left in them
Do I understand you to be saying that you have a 2 column layout using divs, and you'd like to perform some ajax work and would like to display the results in one of these two columns - but would like to avoid the use of an iframe as the target of the results of the ajax call?
As it stands, what it is that you would like to know is entirely unclear.
I use it for quick and dirty searches on "many" large text files. I use it when I need the power of RegEx and need to do it quickly. Overall, text file manipulation is quite easy and quite powerful. Some of our in-house software runs on Perl scripts as well.
Important note: If I am going to need to go a few steps more than I will write it in C#...usually.
does it do searches fast? ...or do you use it because its easy to code searches? I've actually thought about making some perl scripts to help manage my music libary, but its a ~40GB library, so I'm worried about efficiency with A LOT of files.
Some years ago now but I needed to access machine files over a large private network from multiple platforms, Windows, SUN systems, straight UNIX, IRMX and others. I used pearl to examine the data, formatted differently on each of these platforms and produce an HTML output that was available as a sort of web site, not a proper one with servers and internet, but enabled users all over the UK saw it like a web site.
A small C++ app kicked the process into life every night and this system accessed several hundred machines, also all over the UK, and updated the HTML pages.
Pearl is fast and, albeit a bit write only, very good at handling this sort of heavy text manipulation process.