Affrus - Integrated Perl editing/debugging environment
Version: 1.0.6AAAffrus is the perfect center for all your Perl development needs on Mac OS X. Whether you're just beginning to experiment with Perl and want an easy way to get your feet wet, or you're a Perl expert wishing to understand and hack into a vast body of existing code, Affrus is for you.
License: Free To Try $99.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
Affrus is an integrated Perl editing and debugging environment for Mac OS X that wraps Perl in a standard, familiar, and intuitive user interface.
Here are some key features of "Affrus":
Â· Single window editing/debugging UI design
Â· Find and replace
Â· Drag and drop
Â· Split-pane editing
Â· Unlimited undo/redo
Â· Table Of Contents popup menu
Â· Contextual Perl navigation menu
Â· locate handler/variable declarations
Â· lists in-scope variables
Â· display perldoc documentation for Perl commands and modulesCheck syntax with graphical error display
Â· View and change breakpoints as you edit
Â· Use BBEdit or TextWranger as an external text editor
Â· Run with one of a number of command line argument sets
Â· Pass files to @ARGV by dragging files from the Finder
Â· Debug new unsaved scripts and scripts with unsaved changes
Â· Optional line number display
Â· Optional line wrapping
Â· Optional Perl syntax highlighting
Â· Bracket, brace and structure balancing
Â· Shift selection right/left
Â· Comment/uncomment selection
Â· Tooltips showing expression values while debugging
Â· Current line and subroutine indicator
Â· Scripts palette provides access to a range of Perl boilerplate code
Â· Integration with Perltidy (perltidy.sourceforge.net)
Â· Variable declaration highlighting
Â· Multiple clipboards and Clipboards palette window
Â· Environment variable definition
Â· Supports multiple Perl configurations.
Â· Mac OS X 10.2 or later
Â· Perl 5.6 or Perl 5.8.
Â· Affrus will run for 30 days only in demonstration mode.During this 30-day period, Affrus will be fully functional.
What's New in This Release:
Â· Addresses a Perl crash that happens when scripts complete executing normally on Intel Macintoshes .