Perl in shared hosting environments
Randal L. Schwartz
merlyn at stonehenge.com
Wed Sep 21 16:49:20 BST 2011
>>>>> "Dirk" == Dirk Koopman <djk at tobit.co.uk> writes:
Dirk> Reason include:
* My application only requires content generation, and I can completely
ignore the other 14 phases of serving, because I don't want custom
redirects, authentication, authorization, mime interpretation, and/or
logging and other things written in the language of my choice: Perl.
Seriously... *nothing* can compete with mod_perl as far as its reach
into Apache. *Nothing*. With mod_perl, you can inject new behavior at
every level of decision making that Apache does. FastCGI is replacing
just *one* of those 14 stages.
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