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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I love mod_perl, but it's horrible. I love it because I know it well, it's very powerful. I've developed in it for years and therefor I have my own set of libraries and standard development methodologies that I have developed over the years that let me quickly write applications that are flexible and powerful. Unfortunatley that doesn't change the fact that for most people, mod_perl sucks.

    As I recently wrote in a post to the mod_perl advocacy mailing list:

    Mod_perl apps are too hard. Too hard to wri

    • Hmm, please pardon my blantness, but what have you done to make mod_perl rock?

      Too many people talk, too few people do. Most of the time when I ask for help to improve mod_perl code/tests/docs on the mod_perl list I get no offers of help.
      --

      Stas Bekman [stason.org] of

      • Sorry for not helping in the past, I haven't really been in a position to. I'll try to do more in the future. I'm trying to figure out how.

        Perl is really the only language I am good at. I can program in C but I have done it so infrequently it's a stretch for me. I've ended up doing a lot more C in the last year than I ever have before and I'm finding it slightly liberating. I might be switching from a perl-only guy to a perl/C guy. At this point, however, I'd probably get involved in the iThreads stu
        • Sorry for not helping in the past, I haven't really been in a position to. I'll try to do more in the future. I'm trying to figure out how. Perl is really the only language I am good at. I can program in C but I have done it so infrequently it's a stretch for me. I've ended up doing a lot more C in the last year than I ever have before and I'm finding it slightly liberating. I might be switching from a perl-only guy to a perl/C guy. At this point, however, I'd probably get involved in the iThreads stuff b

          --

          Stas Bekman [stason.org] of