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please help us to beta-test new Perl Editor

Posted by Luckasoft (Luckasoft), 14 June 2005
Dear friends!
We are asking your opinion on new version of our Perl Editor .

This is a public beta-version and still needs to be tailored to your needs.

So we would be happy if you throw in your opinion or feature request.
Everybody who participates will get a license for full professional version.

Please, pay attention to these new features:

Configurable toolbars, shortcuts and editor key commands
Detailed parsing of the evaluation results
Visual profiler
List of the initialized variables
Subroutines list
CVS-support on the file and project level
Graphical CVS interface
Project creating from the local or remote directory as well as CVS repository
Export of the existing projects to CVS
Project synchronization for publication Online
Improved FTP support
SSH1 / SSH2 / SFTP support
Webdav support  

If you find a bug, please send us the following information:

Windows version you use.
Perl distribution and version
Version of the debugger (file

Any comment, idea, feature request is highly appreciated!

You can also leave your message on our forum or mail us:

Thanks to the admins for not deleting this message :0)

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 14 June 2005
on 06/14/05 at 17:26:56, Luckasoft wrote:
Thanks to the admins for not deleting this message :0)

Hello ... I felt when I read this that I had seen it before, and indeed you've posted very similar messages here previously (12th May and 13th October last year as far as I can see).

I'm leaving this message here this time, but I'll probably delete any similar posts that appear in the future as you're crossing the fine line from technical information to spam advertising.

You (or the author of your editor if not yourself) are clearly a whizz at Perl.  If your would care to assist me by coming up with some techical comments /assistance on questions that are posted here between your releases rather that just "using" us, that would be great - and will make me MUCH more sympathetic to future adverts - Thanks  

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