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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The PLT (Programming Languages and Tools) packages include support for writing CGI scripts and there's a FastCGI package (I've not looked at this, I would assume it works with Apache, but I don't really know).

    In addition, there is a Web Server included with the Dr Scheme [drscheme.org] package. This Web Server claims to support CGI (but I think it might be a subset of full CGI support), and also support Schemelets (I think that's what they call them), applications loadable into the Web Server written in Scheme. This might be available with the bare bones MzScheme [plt-scheme.org] Scheme system, too, which is just the Scheme programming system without the IDE (DrScheme).

    See here [utah.edu] for a summary of the stuff available. This page is kinda the CPAN of PLT.

    I might start at the DrScheme link I gave above to investigate PLT.