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SEPL(1)		      User Contributed Perl Documentation	       SEPL(1)

NAME
       "sepl" -- a Term::ReadLine-based	Sepia interactive shell.

SYNOPSIS
	   $ sepl
	   Type	",h" for help, or ",q" to quit.
	   main	@> substr "hello, japh", 7
	   'japh'
	   main	@>

DESCRIPTION
       "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.

SEE ALSO
       Sepia, Term::ReadLine.

       Most of "Sepia"'s documentation is installed in Emacs' "info" format.
       On most systems it can be read from the command-line by typing ""info
       sepia"".

AUTHOR
       Sean O'Rourke, <seano@cpan.org>

       Bug reports welcome, patches even more welcome.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2010-2011 Sean O'Rourke.  All rights reserved, some
       wrongs reversed.	 This module is	distributed under the same terms as
       Perl itself.

perl v5.32.0			  2011-11-15			       SEPL(1)

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