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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • <?$x='PLP::Tie::Print::PRINT';$w=escapeshellarg($_SERVER[SCRIPT_FILENAME]);
    $z= preg_split("/\n\n/",`perl -e'my\$f=shift;use PLP;\$ENV{PATH_TRANSLATED}=
    \$f;my\$z=\\&$x;*$x=sub{*$x=\$z;PLP::sendheaders};P LP::everything' $w 2>&1`
    ,2);foreach(preg_split("/\n/",$z[0])as$y)header($y);echo$z[1];exit?><::&g t;
      <html>
    <head>
    <title>A PLP (Perl-in-HTML) document in PHP!</title>
    </head>
    <: BEGIN { $header{'Content-Type'} = 'text/html; charset="US-ASCI

    • There mere fact that this exists is both terrifying and intriguing. However you say that there's no POST content and it is terribly slow, not quite what I was looking for since I need to be using quite a bit of POST data and I need the site to be ultra fast.

      I am going to continue to look at this just because i find it interesting. Thanks for the heads up on this, much appreciated.
      • You could hack POST support into it. It's just a proof of concept and I didn't bother to do such a thing.

        If you need your site to be ultra fast, why the heck use PHP? Try PLP or if you can your own PerlHandler.