I'm happy to announce Padre, The Perl IDE, release 0.44. Since last week, azawawi++ kept his work frenzy going and added several neat features to Padre this week:
- Help Search is now greatly enhanced, faster and even supporting help for Perl operators!
- Padre now has an integrated "Quick Fix" feature for Perl code! Perl 5 quick fixes are still getting mature but we're all very excited on new ideas to help Modern Perl coding and beginners.
- The Directory Browser has had several stability fixes as well, and is turning into a better feature each day.
This release is also special because we're experimenting on a new "stable" release process. The 0.45 release is scheduled for the end of the week and will contain only bugfixes and translation improvements from 0.44. This will let us create "stable" packages for linux distros and different operating systems (such as win32), while still letting us work on bleeding-edge stuff (released about the same time, but as 0.46).
Many thanks to everyone that contributed to this release - be it developing Padre or just using it and giving us bug reports. Thanks everyone!
Padre 0.44 should arrive at your local CPAN mirror anytime now. Enjoy!
newcomer notice: in the programming community, specially in those that use IRC as a communication channel, it is common to use "++" at the end of someone's name/nickname to indicate praise for that person's work, that you acknowledge and are thankful for what they did in whatever topic you are writing about. It is a standard iteration to variables in several programming languages such as C and Perl, so we use it to say (what they did) increased their "magic value" - usually called "karma". So if you see yournick++ somewhere, be glad :)