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PerlEdit for Linux 1.08

PerlEdit is an IDE for Perl and a general-purpose text editor


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  • Last Updated: Dec 15, 2009
  • License: Shareware $49.00
  • OS: Unix/Linux
  • Requirements: Red-Hat Linux 6.2 or higher

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PerlEdit for Linux is a Development software developed by IndigoSTAR. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for PerlEdit for Linux:

BSEditor: PerlEdit is an IDE for Perl and a general-purpose text editor. It includes a source code text editor with syntax highlighting and a visual debugger.

It is fast and lightweight with a download size of less than 2 MB. PerlEdit is multi-platform and Currently supports Windows and Linux.

Features include: language aware Color Syntax syntax highlighting, debugging of stand-alone and CGI Perl scripts, search and replace with Perl regular expressions, editing of files on remote machines using FTP, multi-level undo, multi-document interface, keystroke macros, plugins written in Perl, Unix, Windows and Mac file format support.

PerlEdit is free for personal non-commercial use. Commercial use requires the purchase of a commercial license.



* Search and Replace with Perl regular expressions.
* Multiple document interface allows you to work with any number of files at the same time.
* Persistent bookmarks and current line- which are remembered when the file is reopened.
* Transparently edit Unix, Windows or Mac format files.
*Transparently edit files located on a remote machine using FTP.
* Multi-level undo.
* Keystroke Macros.
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