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DzSoft Perl Editor

Publisher:DzSoft Ltd
Platform:Vista, Windows, Mobile
Requirements:An easy free download of the Perl interpreter.
Install:Install and Uninstall
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Publisher's Description:

DzSoft Perl Editor - DzSoft Perl Editor is a tool for writing, editing, and debugging Perl/CGI scripts. It has a comfortable and intuitive interface both for beginners and advanced programmers. DzSoft Perl Editor is deceptively simple, but it is really a very powerful tool. Features Code Explorer, very comfortable editor with syntax highlighting, syntax check, easy debugging of command line and CGI scripts with breakpoints and variables watch, and many other things for easy and comfortable Perl development. With DzSoft Perl Editor you can run a script and see the result immediately in just one click (you dont even have to run a web server to test a CGI script in the browser)! The program can upload your script to FTP, export the source to HTML to publish on your web site, find errors in your script in a moment.

List of Changes:

Version from 2012-04-23

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Version from 2011-11-22

Visual appearance improvements.

Version from 2011-09-26

Maintenance release

Version from 2011-07-25

Productivity improvement.

Version 5.8.8 from 2011-04-11

Performance improvements.

Version from 2011-01-18

Service release

Version from 2010-11-09

UI text clarification.

Version from 2010-09-09

Platform update.

Version 5.8.6 from 2009-08-18

Improved compatibility with some localized versions of Windows.

Version 5.8.5 from 2009-04-14

Improved handling of multiple open windows.

Version from 2008-07-07

Various improvements.


Well-designed Perl CGI scripts editor

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Latest User Reviews:

Bohdan Vovk 2008-02-26 15:33:35 #

General Ideas

Your program is good. As for me, I have needed an utility like yours for a short time to write only a short code in PERL.
My remarks:
1. PERL is a nice programming language. But the main problem with this language for the Windows users is to understand how to install Active PERL. I think it is good idea to add to your program's Help highlighted and simple note that explains how to easily install the Interpreter. (I managed to install it maybe after a week. People is to be explained that it is much easier to download and install that with Windows Installer but not another(I don't remember, something like ASG or similar inspelling)
2. This is my personal point of view, but I think that your company has very strong opponent in the face of Perl Express 2.4.5. And this guy made it free.

Best Regards.

NickV 2006-06-15 18:05:01 #

Enough nice Perl editor - why not...

DzSoft Perl Editor

The main thing that annoys me permanently - the 120 lines of a source code restriction. This doesn't allow me to open some of my working scripts to test them (I don't have the Perl scripts with less then 120 source code lines).

But I try to shut one's eyes to this restriction and test this program the author positions it as the very convenient Perl editor.

There is no Perl editor that satisfies me completely. I like very much such editors like wscite or Notepad++. I tried a lot of them but there is no perfect program. The DzSoft Perl Editors does not differ. It has a lot of well done features, also there are the thing that I don't like.

I like the idea of the source code browser: you have the list of all the script variables. But I don't like the situation when different Perl typed variables with the same name a bundled into the one section. In example, if I have the scalar $var, the array @var and the hash %var all of them will be placed into the one variables section var. But my preference - the separate sections not only for the subroutines, but for scalars, arrays and hashes as well.

The ability of the FTP upload is not so necessary for me - anyway I use my separate FTP client.

I like that the program allows the syntax checking and the script running, the fast code snippets insertion (and new snippets addition).

I don't like that I have to select the code block to comment it - I like the wscite feature when I can comment the whole code line by the simple Ctrl-Q shortcut. The same inconvenience is for me when I need to copy the code line - the wscite feature Ctrl-D allows me to copy the code line by just alone keyboard pressing (no Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V).

I like the collapsing of the subroutine blocks but I am not able to collapse any other code block (for, foreach, while etc). Why the popular open source editors allow this?

I like the breakpoint in the script. I love the situation that allows me to debug the code.

I like the ability of a switching between the Windows and Unix lines break format.

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