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LinuxProgramming: ActiveState launches ASPN Initiative: Easier open source programming

Apr 12, 2001, 01:45 (1 Talkback[s])

"ActiveState, the leader in open source programming, announces the ActiveState Programmer Network (ASPN). ASPN delivers tools and knowledge to enable programming with open source technologies."

"The all-in-one access to resources seamlessly integrated with our multi-language, cross-platform IDEs and other technologies make it easier to program with open source technologies," said Dick Hardt, Founder & CEO. "Programmers can develop in the language and platform that maps best to their coding task."

"ASPN features:
  • Komodo IDE for Perl and Python, with PHP, Tcl and XSLT coming
  • Visual Studio.NET integration for Perl, Python and XSLT
  • Online searchable O'Reilly technical references
  • Python cookbook and sample code
  • ActivePerl, ActivePython, and ActiveTcl, binary distributions
  • FAQs and mailing lists"

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