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This is a very good question, one that I have been wondering about since I bought my Sony Clie about a month ago. While sitting in class, I am always bored and would love to have even basic Perl interperter to screw around with on the Palm, and was fairly dismayed when I heard that it had been ported to WinCE and Psion, but not to Palm.

Why exactly can it not be ported to Palm. It really doesn't make since, but then again, I really don't know all that much about Palm programming. How about that version of Python for the Palm (Pippy?). Is it any good?

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In reply to Re: Perl on Palm by r.joseph
in thread Perl on Palm by fpi

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