Non ActiveState Python/Perl

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#1
Dear Mr. Rex.
Please consider support for non ActiveState Python and Perl in the future.
The reason is: ActiveState products are not free in commercial environment, while there exist distributions available for commercial use for free. Lets say CPython and Strawberry Perl to name them.
Best Regards.
 

rconn

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#4
What about Strawberry Perl? I'm using it since several years, without any issues.
Have you used it as embedded Perl (i.e., calling the perl dll from a Windows app)? Unless the Perl developers have done a bunch of work lately on the Windows port (seems unlikely), there are a host of problems when running Perl inside a Windows app.