Recommendation for simple Web Frameworks
davehodg at gmail.com
Tue Jan 11 21:12:42 GMT 2011
On 11 Jan 2011, at 19:28, damien krotkine wrote:
> On 11 January 2011 20:12, Eden Cardim <edencardim at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It's pretty trivial to build and load perl modules somewhere other than
>> the vendor perl lib directories where they might risk breaking the
>> system. The only real reason you have to stay away from dependencies in
>> a corporate environment is when it's enforced legally, otherwise, anyone
>> with a gnu toolchain and a clue can build perl modules without remotely
>> risking breaking the system.
> The main issue is time needed to do all that, and maintenance
> problems. On top of that, if you need to stay up-to-date you need a
> local mirror and the permission to install it. And then deployment can
> be more difficult if you have more dependancies.
> Of course everything is possible, but it sounds fair to assume that
> "simple" means simple in learning, development, deployment,
> maintenance. And not only development.
It's a pain in the ass.
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