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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • all the joy of installing ImageMagick on Irix while getting a root canal without anesthetic.

    Few people either care about or are skilled enough for fine web performance tuning. Who gives a fuck if PHP is slow and ugly, the apps are there, easy to install and most importantly, they work. Well, most of the time.

    For years Perl people laughed when I thought that geriatric software for grandparents was an untapped market for perl since, if gran can install it, anyone can. Sadly, it was declared unmanly to ha

    • I've been running mod_perl and mod_php together on the same Apache for four years now, run big apps, and have only once had a problem where Perl & PHP were both trying to control the environment. Beyond that, it works great.

      In fact, we're able to use Apache notes to pass information between Perl and PHP processes with no problems at all.

      For anyone else who cares, the process is roughly: $ config Apache $ config, build and install mod_perl $ config, build and install mod_php $ config Apache (yes, again) $ build & install Apache Works beautifully for us.

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