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berrybrew version 1.34 released!

by stevieb (Canon)
on May 26, 2021 at 02:31 UTC ( #11133033=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I've released version 1.34 of berrybrew.

Notable changes:

  • UI elements now update on the fly, so all changes are reflected immediately
  • You can 'use' any version of Perl you've got installed from the UI, which'll open a new CLI window set to the selected version
  • You can now fetch the updated list of Strawberry Perls available through the UI
  • Cloning installed Perls as well as a myriad of other operations can now be done through the UI
  • The API has been updated so that internal objects are updated live-time. This makes having long-running processes possible
  • Build/Test infrastructure updates
  • Documentation updates
  • Minor bug fixes

I've just got a new full time job, programming in Perl... finally, after several years of looking for that perfect work environment. Some of it will be on Windows (which I haven't used except for developing berrybrew), so I'm actually looking forward to using my own software, especially how useful its become thanks to the new UI I've developed.

Happy Perling!


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Re: berrybrew version 1.34 released!
by marto (Cardinal) on May 26, 2021 at 06:47 UTC

    "I've just got a new full time job, programming in Perl" Congratulations, I hope this position works out really well.

      Thank you very much. I'm positive it will, beyond the glaringly obvious awesomeness that is that I'll be getting paid to write Perl ;)


Re: berrybrew version 1.34 released!
by kikuchiyo (Friar) on May 26, 2021 at 15:05 UTC

    And I'd just like to thank you for creating berrybrew!

    A while ago I had to debug a particularly nasty bug in the Windows version of our desktop application at $job, and berrybrew made testing across different perl versions really streamlined and efficient.

      Thank you!

      I appreciate your appreciation, as well as the use case you explained on how berrybrew was beneficial to you!

      It's hearing things like this that motivate me to continue making my software better, more user friendly and more feature rich.


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