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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • when I do testing sometimes I need to test on a Windows machine for a client. And while it is fine for me to install Virtualbox and run debian, I need to access the Windows internals. For this I usually install Cygwin, but recently decided to use Strawberry perl too. I am impressed with Strawberry, it seems to have everything I need. But it creates a bit of confusion for scripts since the Cygwin perl and Strawberry do not know about each other. I would like to see that better integrated, in @INC for example. I don't normally use and IDE, unless you consider the emacs operating system and IDE, but I have been using padre on Windows as well as helping to get it into debian! ;) I like padre, I wish it would be more obvious which window does what when it starts, hard to tell because on Windows it opens as a little square with three other little squares inside. But once you get it going it is quite useful, thanks for creating that Gabor.
    • I believe I checked in a fix for the bad default size some time just before 0.18...