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  Mozilla Provides Platform for NG IDE, Gains Perl and Python Support
  Posted on Wednesday May 24, @10:03PM Pacific
Programming ActiveState announced today an agreement to collaborate with the Mozilla project. The Mozilla open source effort will get Python and Perl bindings to XPCOM, opening the Mozilla architecture and making it available to Perl and Python programmers, while ActiveState will use the Mozilla application framework to build Komodo. Komodo will be a Perl, Python and JavaScript integrated development environment (IDE) that will leverage Internet standards such as XML, CSS, RDF, FTP, WebDAV, and HTTP.

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