Brown trousers time :~
Lyle - CosmicPerl.com
perl at cosmicperl.com
Mon Oct 8 21:12:12 BST 2007
> I would say avoid mod_perl and go directly to FastCGI + lightweight
> front-end, or at least a stripped-down Apache. Unless you're doing
> interesting stuff with other parts of the request cycle, mod_perl just
> gets you headaches.
Seems like I should definitely look at it closely.
> I'd agree. There's no shame in using C# on ASP/.NET, it's a good
> language, runs fast, has excellent development tools (FAR better than
> perl's), has had orders of magnitude more massive deployments, and has
> a ton of support, both free & commercial. I'd question perl as a
> choice here, frankly.
I don't want to be maintaining 2 separate pieces of software. (Besides,
I love Perl)
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