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PerlNET Now Available in Perl Dev Kit 4.0

posted by pudge on 2002.02.06 8:34   Printer-friendly
Lori Pike writes "ActiveState released the Perl Dev Kit (PDK) 4.0, which adds support for the Microsoft .NET Framework, Win 9x and HP-UX. Existing Perl scripts can now be turned into .NET components and used seamlessly in .NET Framework applications. Current users will find that PDK 4.0 creates Perl components on Windows that are 30% to 50% smaller.

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  • Do we or don't we? Some will, so resisting it may be like shoveling back the ocean with a fork. I'm rather concerned about the .NET initiative since it seems to merely increase Microsoft's power. However, with .NET, we could write a Perl software service that people can access and utilize, even if they don't have Perl installed. Perl seems to do a good job of "sneaking in the back door", but maybe this can allow Perl to come out of the kitchen. I don't know about you, but I am getting sick of people tel