Recommendation for simple Web Frameworks

David Cantrell david at
Wed Jan 12 11:49:19 GMT 2011

On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 05:12:55PM -0200, Eden Cardim wrote:
> >>>>> "David" == David Cantrell <david at> writes:
>     David> You don't have to be in a corporate environment for that to
>     David> be a pain in the arse.  On my own machines I don't really
>     David> want to run the risk that one of those 70+ dependencies will
>     David> break something else, nor do I particularly relish having a
>     David> seperate build of perl with its own @INC sandbox for every
>     David> application.
> 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.

Yes, it is, and I do that.  However, you appear to have not read the bit
where I said "a seperate build of perl with its own @INC sandbox for
every application".

>          The only real reason you have to stay away from dependencies in
> a corporate environment is when it's enforced legally

Were you born that stupid, or did you have to work at it?

David Cantrell | Godless Liberal Elitist

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