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  Comment: A question (Score 1) on 2009.06.04 15:14

Hi, Coming from ASP/PHP background and being a CGI newbie, sorry if my question is a little silly: are Web.pm web applications designed to work as CGI scripts? I asked that because web frameworks like Catalyst, RoR or Django does not work or work unusably slow when run as CGI scripts (and also require a lot of configuration I guess) so most of the time you cannot use them on shared hosting solutions which is bad for amateur web programmers. In short, who are the target audience of Web.pm?
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  Comment: Re:PerlIsAlive.org (Score 1) on 2009.05.21 17:29

by ZuLuuuuuu on 2009.05.21 17:29 (#68728)
Attached to: Leave use.perl?
Wow, it looks pretty impressive!
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  Comment: Re:It's a shame... (Score 1) on 2009.05.20 11:38

by ZuLuuuuuu on 2009.05.20 11:38 (#68703)
Attached to: Leave use.perl?
Is use.perl.org owned by 1 person and if he does not want to change the site then it is not changed? This site is like, well, how a user-friendly site should not be done. I visit here only if I read an entry on planet and want to comment. But the "idea" behind use.perl.org is good.
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  Comment: Another idea (Score 1) on 2009.05.18 14:23

by ZuLuuuuuu on 2009.05.18 14:23 (#68625)
Attached to: SuperCollider Programming
Another idea: If Tiobe is that bad, maybe we can implement a system with more accurate algorithm to calculate the popularities of programming languages and prepare a web page to share the results to the rest of the world.
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  Comment: Thanks (Score 1) on 2009.05.16 12:36

by ZuLuuuuuu on 2009.05.16 12:36 (#68596)
Attached to: Better errors, benchmarks and some debugging
Getting line numbers in errors is great, I'll try it as soon as possible, thanks!
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