“ActiveState has been building, enhancing, and perfecting Komodo IDE since its release in 2000. When we first released Komodo IDE, it included Python and Perl debugging on Windows. Over the years we’ve added many more features and support for a multitude of other languages, as well as ability to use Komodo on Linux or Mac as well as Windows,” added Mr. Copeland.
Full Komodo IDE licenses will be added to ActivePerl and ActivePython with a purchase; the community editions of ActivePerl and ActivePython will now include a Komodo trial. Komodo IDE will be included in ActiveTcl as well as the new ActiveGo™, ActiveRuby™, ActiveNode™, and ActiveLua™ distributions, coming this year. As ActiveState enhances each of its language distributions, Komodo IDE will have a fully integrated experience, adding first class developer support with the most important tools, packages, and modules in each ecosystem.
The goal of Komodo IDE has always been to be “the one IDE for all your language needs”, making programming easier with less distractions. The most recent versions of Komodo IDE have included built-in package management, markdown viewer, an updated version control UX, Chrome remote debugging, plus recently added support for Cordova, PhoneGap, gulp and Grunt. By adding Komodo to ActiveState language distributions, ActiveState is making it even easier for developers to focus on what they do best: development.
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Jesse Casman for ActiveState