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JERL

JERL is a system that allows Perl scripts to run within the JVM without requiring an external version of Perl.

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Submitted Funding Request to Perl.org - Please let me know what you're using Jerl for 14 Mar 2014 19:02

Submitted proposal to the perl community (perl.org) for funding. Currently ~4hrs/month is donated to this project and the ask is for some funding to focus on completing project-integration testing (junit against the jar in a project), a complete perl5 build (> microperl ), and review/document the build toolchain. It stands a good chance to not to be accepted (especially since this is the first request). In future requests it would be nice to say here is what people are using JERL for, consider tagging up to the following google forum to let me, and the community, know what this project is useful for : https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/jerl-software-project/zG0dN7D_EKk

Recent releases

  •  11 Mar 2014 00:24

    Release Notes: Perl 5.18.2 was rebuilt after it was noticed that the jar didn't work properly when used as a dependency, but worked fine on the command line. This was repeatable on Ubuntu running Eclipse. The latest jar was tested to work in CLI and Eclipse.

    •  28 Jan 2014 03:23

      Release Notes: Perl has been updated from 5.18.1 to 5.18.2. The current implementation is a version of microperl.

      •  04 Dec 2013 23:34

        Release Notes: Jerl has been updated to the most recent revision of Perl5.

        •  30 Jul 2013 08:01

          Release Notes: Perl was updated from 5.16.3 to 5.18.

          •  19 Mar 2013 14:34

            Release Notes: Perl has been updated from 5.16.1 to 5.16.3 . The current implementation is a version of microperl.

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