November 7, 2000

ActivePerl 5.6 wins Web Tools award

Author: JT Smith

ActiveState, a provider of Internet programming software and
services, won the best programming tool award for ActivePerl 5.6 in the
annual WebTechniques Web Tools Award. ActivePerl is ActiveState's free
binary distribution of Perl. WebTechniques' readers were most impressed
with ActivePerl's ability to develop within an ASP environment and still have
access to what made Perl popular in the first place: pattern matching and
regular expressions, the Perl built-in functions, and a vast library of free or
low-cost Perl modules to use in your code. The press release is from LinuxPR.
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