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public beta testing of EnginSite Perl Editor.

Posted by Luckasoft (Luckasoft), 12 May 2004
Dear friends!
Our company declares start of public beta testing of our EngInSite Perl Editor.

EnginSite Perl is a fully integrated development environment for creating, testing, debugging and running Perl scripts, either directly or through associated html documents.

Everybody who participates will get full professional version with free updates.
Please send us problems you found (if any) and next info:

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

Any comment, idea, feature request is highly appreciated!

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 13 May 2004
Thanks for this post.  Although the main intention of this board is to assist with technical issues, we do welcome short announcements such as this.

Posted by Luckasoft (Luckasoft), 25 May 2004
Thank you, Graham Ellis!

Free Perl Editor

If you've used Windows programming tools like Visual Basic, Visual C++ or Delphi, EngInSite Perl Editor's IDE will be familiar to you.

If not, you'll find that the visual environment can give you a dramatic productivity boost.

You will value syntax highlighting, customizable and expandable code templates, context-sensitive Perl and JavaScript help, code completion, bookmarks and navigation to subroutines, variables and modules and more.

Absolutely free. Enjoy!

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 25 May 2004
Err ... thank you.   Short announcements welcomed, but please don't turn this into an advertising site   . We have the message and the link - twice now.  

I was tempted to lock the thread, but I won't - I'll leave it open for others to make any comments they wish (including feedback if they've downloaded this software and tried it out).  Luckasoft - you've very welcome to post on other topics / threads and to answer any further feedback that's posted on this page too.

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