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ActiveState Komodo 2.0 Released

Wednesday September 25th, 2002

ActiveState has launched version 2.0 of its Komodo development environment. Komodo is a Mozilla-based IDE for Windows and Linux that provides a workspace for editing, debugging and testing applications written in open-source languages such as Perl and Python. Currently, only the Windows version of Komodo 2.0 is available; the Linux version is still in beta with a final release date set for October this year. More information and a 21-day trial can be found at the Komodo web site.


#1 realtime RegEx

by arsa

Thursday September 26th, 2002 6:35 PM

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Well... Komodo used to have free version, not anymore. Is there any other tool that does regex in real time?

#2 it looks like they still have the evaluation d/l

by joschi

Thursday September 26th, 2002 6:59 PM

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#3 i know, but it will expire

by arsa

Friday September 27th, 2002 8:45 AM

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i need something that i can use all the time

#4 right, its commercial software

by joschi

Friday September 27th, 2002 12:25 PM

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as far as i know, it always has been... i tried out the trial of komodo 1.0 and it expired too

#5 jEdit and RE Tester

by mariuss

Friday September 27th, 2002 2:53 PM

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The jEdit editor (<http://jedit.org>) has a plugin called "RE Tester" (or "Regular Expression Tester") that allows you to experiment with regular expressions.

#6 Tough decision but there is the Personal Edition

by mherdon

Friday September 27th, 2002 5:23 PM

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While having a free Komodo 1.1 around was "nice" for some, we needed to encourage people to use the current version, if for no other reason that it's much better software. Academic institutions (the main audience of the original free version) can still get Komodo for free through our educational program.

While your specific interest is in the Rx Toolkit, the new 2.0 Personal Edition is very reasonably priced and we hope that some of the other features will make it worth your while. -Matt, Product Manager, Komodo, ActiveState