I've got a licensed copy of Komodo IDE 10 that I had hoped to install on an old XP workstation we have to keep running due to legacy software issues. In particular, I need to be able to step debug perl.
When I attempted to load it, I got an error that the windows installer is incompatible and that I'd need to upgrade it. I assume that no upgrade exists for Windows XP since it is no longer supported by Microsoft.
So how can I best work around this problem? I thought about doing some type of remote debugging setup, but I can't even install ActivePerl because "ActivePerl 5.24.0 Build 2400 cannot be installed on the following Windows versions: Windows XP x86 Service Pack 3, Windows Server 2003 x86 Service Pack 2."
For whatever reason, ActiveState likes to hide previous versions of their software, so I'm at a loss on how to proceed. Any ideas?