sepl -- a Term::ReadLine-based Sepia interactive shell.
$ sepl Type ",h" for help, or ",q" to quit. main @> substr "hello, japh", 7 'japh' main @>
sepl uses Sepia::ReadLine to provide an interactive Perl shell with many of the Sepia features available in Emacs, including completion and all shortcuts. It is not well-tested or frequently used, and should be considered experimental.
Sepia's documentation is installed in Emacs'
info format. On most systems it can be read from the command-line by typing "
Sean O'Rourke, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bug reports welcome, patches even more welcome.
Copyright (C) 2010-2011 Sean O'Rourke. All rights reserved, some wrongs reversed. This module is distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.