Padre 1.00 has been released

That's right, Padre, the Perl IDE has just hit the 1.0 milestone.

Sadly there's not a lot of fanfare over this release. For the most part the changes from 0.98 to 1.0 have been patches applied by Kevin Dawson (bowtie) and improvements to the Debugger - Kevin's project in Padre.

The Change list for release 1.0 is as follows:

- Applied Patch in #1488 comment:7 itcharlie++ (BOWTIE)
- Apply patch for #1504 dod++ (BOWTIE)
- Apply patch2 from #1459 bojinlund++ (BOWTIE)
- Update Makefile.PL with new versions (BOWTIE)
- Add Patch for cut n paste adam++ #1312 (BOWTIE)
- Fix Debug ip hanging, use instead of localhost (BOWTIE)
- fix some unwanted background noise from debug raw (BOWTIE)
- Apply patch from #1508 itcharlie++ (BOWTIE)
- Add refresh_breakpoint_panel to Wx::Main (BOWTIE)
- Add correct comment for PerlXS (BOWTIE)

As you can see Kevin is keeping the wheels turning and people are submitting patches.

While development isn't as active as it once was, Padre is still seeing improvements, but releases are a little further apart.

If you are using Padre and you want to see something fixed or added feel free to drop into #padre on say hi, ask questions, change the world! :)


Great news, I'll give it a try on my new macbook and let you know how it goes!

Congratulations on the release! I've been keeping tabs on your development ever since my aborted attempt to get it running a while back. I'm excited to give it another try!

Hey this is interesting! I have been using another IDE to develop daily, I'll give Padre a new try see how it goes for a month! Great work releasing 1.0

install Padre:

Invalid version format (non-numeric data) at C:/strawberry/perl/site/lib/Padre/ line 126.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:/strawberry/perl/site/lib/Padre/ line 126.
Compilation failed in require at C:/strawberry/perl/site/lib/Padre/Wx/ line 4115.
Perl exited with active threads:
1 running and unjoined
0 finished and unjoined
0 running and detached

This is on WinXP-sp3 with Strawberry perl 5.18
Can you help me?

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About Peter Lavender

user-pic The current release manager for Padre, which means I get to be involved with something really cool and useful, while not being so active with writing Perl code.