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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • First off, I am not a fan of Apache::Template, or of mapping your URLs directly to the name of a template file. I think the URL and the name of the file you're going to run should have only a loose mapping, therefore I usually just map my URL to a handler, and then let the handler decide which template to run based on what it's doing. For example, requesting /login/ might result in running login_form.html, or maybe login_error.html, etc.

    However, if I were trying to do what you are doing (map /foo.html to