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Put many Perl-Filters into ~/.vim

You could use !. Mark the lines you want to filter. Then hit !. The cursor will jump to the command line prefilled with :'<,'>! Then just type the filter you want to use. E.g. :'<,'>!~/...
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VIM Macro to delete all Perl POD?

Just use an ex command with searches for ranges: :/^=[^\s]/,/^=cut/ delete Repeat with @:. Or, for the whole file, :g/^=[^\s]/,/^=cut/ delete You can make it a hotkey with dp :nnoremap <leader&...
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VIM Macro to delete all Perl POD?

You can do the following mappings: " *D*elete *P*od nnoremap <leader>dp gg/^=[^\s]<cr>V/^=cut<cr>d " *F*old *P*od nnoremap <leader>fp /^=[^\s]<cr>V/^=cut<cr>jzf ...
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Define a fold that can not be searched, and that isn't affected by other fold commands?

You can probably use foldexpr to do this. Here is a gist written by a person on the Internet. It defines a foldexpr function for folding the POD format. I tried it on a random Perl script I found on ...
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