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I ask because the project seems inactive and since the author hasn't been on site in some time I was wondering if something had happened to either him or the project. I enjoy trying out Perl IDEs and happened across his and to the extent work has progressed it seems headed in, at least in my opinion, the right direction. This with version 0.4.3x. I live in a city that is a test market for many corporations and am used to having things I like pulled from the shelves! I was/am concerned that Kephra was/is undergoing a similar fate.

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In reply to Re^2: Kephra lifespan by hsmyers
in thread Kephra lifespan by hsmyers

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