For those of you using Macs, are you using Perl as it ships with OS X, the Perl MacPort, or are you compiling your own? If you could briefly explain why you use the one you do. I agonize over this every couple of months, and finally decided to sample a larger bit of the community this time around.
Like so many others before me, I have moved my CPAN modules over to github.
With that being said, I would avoid using CGI::Application::Plugin::CAPTCHA at this time, at least for anything too serious. It's a suitable speed bump, but has a glaring hole you can drive a truck through. I have a fix sitting here from Cees Hek that addresses that issue. Should see a new version sometime in the near future.
We're primarily a Windows shop. That doesn't have to relegate us to second-class citizens in the software development world, however. We have long used Perl for our web-based products, and development of our Windows client apps has gradually come to incorporate some of the practices and tools that we've grown accustomed to when developing in Perl.
So I am trying to get a URL that looks like this:
Instead, I am getting URLs that look like:
In my template, I tried this:
[% c.uri_for( 'edit', [ item_type.type_id ]) %]
which gave me the latter URL. If I do this: