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Welcome to the home of MacPerl development. It was written by Matthias Neeracher , and is currently maintained by Chris Nandor. NOTE: Pretty much everything on this page hasn't been touched in 15 years, except for the bit about the book. It's ! To commemorate 19 years since its publication, the book MacPerl: Power and Ease [ download ] is now available for download as a PDF, for free.

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Welcome to the home of MacPerl development. It was written by Matthias Neeracher , and is currently maintained by Chris Nandor. NOTE: Pretty much everything on this page hasn't been touched in 15 years, except for the bit about the book.

It's ! To commemorate 19 years since its publication, the book MacPerl: Power and Ease [ download ] is now available for download as a PDF, for free. MacPerl 5. The current release of MacPerl is 5. The current development release is 5. There is no specific timeline for MacPerl 5. It will likely go to beta sometime in the first quarter of If you would like to build MacPerl yourself, please read the Build Instructions.

See much of what is going on over at the MacPerl SourceForge. The source for MacPerl is available via anonymous CVS, and is also available on the main perl repository in the maint For questions about MacPerl, use the MacPerl mailing lists also available on nntp.

For bug reports, use the MacPerl bugs page. When you submit bug reports. Please direct general Perl questions and bug reports -- questions and bug reports not specific to MacPerl, but to Perl in general -- not to the MacPerl places, but to the appropriate places for Perl itself.

There are currently no plans to port it to Carbon. Unix perl runs just fine under Mac OS X. There is a separate mailing list for perl on Mac OS X. There are no specific plans to port it to Mac OS. When perl 6 gets moving more, and there's an alpha etc. Home SourceForge. Book It's ! Current Release MacPerl 5. MacPerl at pudge.

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Mason is a powerful text templating tool for embedding Perl in text. This document should also find use as a handy desk reference for some of the more common perl related questions. Extreme Perl is a book about Extreme Programming using the programming language Perl. This free perl ebook can be downloaded in html and pdf formats. This book is about a marriage of two compatible yet unlikely partners. Extreme Programming XP is a software development methodology that enables users, business people, programmers, and computers to communicate effectively. Perl for the Web is a free online perl book.

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MacPerl Development

Best of all, it's free. As mentioned in Chapter 1 "Perl Overview," Perl is protected under the GNU General Public License, which maintains copyright protection for the author but allows other people to freely use and modify the software. The only costs that you can be charged are transferring costs, warranty protection, or support; you cannot be charged for Perl itself. If the software is modified, the modification must carry notices to this effect, and the modified Perl itself must be licensed under the GNU General Public License. One method of highlighting extensive modifications is renaming Perl to fit the new functionality; this policy accounts for the versions or extensions of Perl called MacPerl or oraperl. After you access Perl and install it, you have several sources of help on the Internet. Appendix B, "Perl Web Reference," lists several sites that have Perl-related libraries, modules, or documentation.

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