Top 10 Python Tools for IT Administrators20201023062138

Top 10 Python Tools for IT Administrators

Scott FitzpatrickOctober 23, 2020, , , ,
The future? Smaller Perl environments installed in virtual environments updated with server-side built dependencies....
The Future of Perl at ActiveState (Part 2 of 2)20201001124600

The Future of Perl at ActiveState (Part 2 of 2)

The future? Smaller Perl environments installed in virtual environments updated with server-side built dependencies....
Modernizing ActivePerl for Perl Power Users20200917140957

Modernizing ActivePerl for Perl Power Users

ActivePerl 5.32 will be built from source on demand, always up-to-date, and deployed into a virtual environment that can be restored with a single com...
Perl 7 – How to start preparing to make the transition?20200827142907

Perl 7 – How to start preparing to make the transition?

Dana CraneAugust 27, 2020, ,
Disclaimer: This blog post summarizes much of the publicly available information we know about Perl 7 to date. As with anything under development, fea...
The Future of Perl at ActiveState – Part 120200709111716

The Future of Perl at ActiveState – Part 1

Jeff RouseJuly 9, 2020, , , ,
The future of Perl will be based on Perl 7 and ActiveState is committed to supporting Perl 7. Our next version of ActivePerl is based on Perl 5.32, an...
Goodbye PPM, Hello State Tool20190723090056

Goodbye PPM, Hello State Tool

Our Perl Package Manager (PPM) is being phased out as we move forward with a new and improved solution for Perl package management. With the release o...
Rejoice! ActivePerl 5.26 Released, Plus 5.24 and 5.22 Updates20170918130146

Rejoice! ActivePerl 5.26 Released, Plus 5.24 and 5.22 Updates

I’m pleased to announce that we have released today, not only the latest and greatest Perl 5 version to date, 5.26, but we have updates to 5.24 and 5....
Upgrading Perl to a Modern Version: the ActiveState Guide20170523161500

Upgrading Perl to a Modern Version: the ActiveState Guide

Dave RolskyMay 23, 2017, , , ,
Many organizations stopped upgrading Perl after the release of 5.8.8 or 5.10.1, about 8 to 11 years ago. At that point in history, major releases of P...
Good Things Come in Managed Packages20170516170432

Good Things Come in Managed Packages

Package management is a significant issue in every programming language and the number of packages associated with each language is astonishing. Pytho...
ActivePerl 5.24.1 and 5.22.320170117210509

ActivePerl 5.24.1 and 5.22.3

Steve Hay, a member of the Perl 5 core team, mentions in the community release announcement that “Perl 5.24.1 represents approximately 8 months o...
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