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Old 11th August 2009, 05:55 PM
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perldoc and EPIC in eclipse

Does anybody know why perldoc is not avaliable in ecllipse with EPIC?
I have perldoc installed, it is working in terminal without problems. As I understand path to perldoc is set because it works by simple command "perldoc" and "which" returns /usr/bin/perldoc path.
Still when I try to find something in ecplise I get notification "Documentation not avaliable".
I have F11.

update: I have found a workaround. I downloaded package from eclipse.org then installed in both Eclipse Ganymede and Fedora Eclipse EPIC plugin from www.epic-ide.org.
Now seems that eclipse from eclipse.org set up config somehow for me that Fedora Eclipse now can find perldoc.

Last edited by perlcjusz; 12th August 2009 at 12:40 PM. Reason: found workaround for problem
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