--- Robin Szemeti <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Apr 2001, you wrote:
> > > > I note that the Linux distribution of Kodomo
> contained
> > > complete distributions
> > > > of Mozilla, Perl and Python.
> > >
> > > /me cancels the download, suggests Activestate
> acquire some Clue
> > >
> > 
> > Isn't that a bit harsh? If the Linux version is a
> Beta / Alpha type deal it
> > seems fair enough they want people to test it with
> known versions of its
> > dependant apps, no?
> umm .. for a windows install where Activestate Perl
> seems to be the
> standard then yes, its fair enough. For a *nix tool
> it MUST work with a
> standard Perl install or it is of zero use (to me)
> .. I do not have any
> intention of installing Activestate Perl on my Linux
> box or using it in a
> production enviroment.
<my two cents>
It looks like a potentially good product for the
windows environment, providing integration into a
widely used IDE is probably a safe bet, however unless
you have the very latest version of windoze 98, me
etc, and the 'windows installed(TM)' installed and up
to date, you can't install it. 

I gave up after ie5.5 decided i needed to pay for a
service pack. 

Only time will tell.

</My two cents>


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