I like ePerl, comprised of

It's a very simple does what it says on the tin way of embedding perl in 
any other (text) fine, plus it has low level access to what it does in it's 
parse routine. Handy in many situations, I find.

No new versions since 1998 and none planned, so it's stable. Or dead, 
depending on your viewpoint.

Jonathan Peterson
Technical Manager, Unified Ltd, +44 (0)20 7383 6092

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