I am happy to announce the release of version 0.6.0 of camel-harness (former CamelHarness.js) - a small Node.js - Electron - NW.js library for asynchronous handling of Perl 5 scripts.
The library is already an NPM package with a clear, object-based API. Now camel-harness can start long-running, event-driven Perl scripts and communicate continuously with them writing on their STDIN.
As usual, any comments and suggestions are quite welcome!
Less than two months after the release of version 0.2, I can announce the release of version 0.3 of Perl Executing Browser (PEB) - our minimalistic HTML GUI for Perl desktop applications similar to Electron and NW.js.
The new version introduces strict separation between trusted and untrusted content, which can not be mixed together in one browser window. Local content and scripts, as well as all Perl-related functionality stay separated from untrusted we…
I am happy to announce the release of version 0.2 of Perl Executing Browser (PEB) - our minimalistic HTML GUI for Perl desktop applications similar to Electron and NW.js.
Despite its low version number, PEB is already used in a small, specialized EpiDoc XML application called Epigraphista and is proving its usability.
PEB also contains an HTML interface for the default Perl debugger. The debug…