Skopje is a collection of small utility classes that each provide a piece of functionality based on Perl. Rather than trying to make Java code look more Perl-ish, it focuses on elements like "join" that would be useful, but are not present in the JDK. Its mechanics and syntax try to follow the "Java way" as closely as possible.
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Release Notes: Some small documentation changes were made. A potential NullPointerException error in the Chomp class was fixed. Chomp now behaves just like Perl's chomp for null or zero-length record-separators. Lastly, an optimization change was made to the Join class.
Release Notes: chomp, chop, join, map, grep, lcfirst, and ucfirst were implemented.