Well i have tested the ActiveState Visual (dot net) Perl and it's cool thing to write .net perl .Shure microsotf is going to the c # and they don't care the other languages (only vb) .It's to hard to write .net perl appz yet but hope one day to have an perl ide equal with ms net ide (yes the one we do C$# and vb dont net). I have a vision : one day to use the perl,pascal,php,python,java on a single virtual machine (OVM -Open Sorce Virtual Machine) :Mono ?(http://www.go-mono.com) or maybe the Sun could bring those languages on the Java vm I tell u :tried Component Pascal on the Java.vm and .net vm and is Hard Work to write aplications on java vm in another language .

In reply to Re: Re: What do you think about ActiveState's Visual Perl .NET?? by mapopa
in thread What do you think about ActiveState's Visual Perl .NET?? by mrmick

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