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now that Camelbones development has picked up again and Sherm has made
it compatible with (Snow) Leopard, here is an updated version of the
"nightly" PerlPad build (of the "upcoming" 0.3 release):
For those who want to keep up with development, it might be of interest
to know that I have moved to source code repository from Sourceforge's
CVS to Mercurial hosted on bitbucket.
The above build corresponds to rev83 there.
Finally, if you feel like you really like the project, PerlPad now
accepts micro-donations via Flattr:
Any donations before the release of 0.3 will be redirected to the
Camelbones donation button on Sourceforge.
On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 11:14 PM, Thilo Planz <thiloplanz@...> wrote:
> now that Camelbones development has picked up again and Sherm has made
> it compatible with (Snow) Leopard, here is an updated version of the
> "nightly" PerlPad build (of the "upcoming" 0.3 release):
Works perfectly with BBEdit. :-)
Cocoa programming in Perl: