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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've got to agree with you, at least in terms of people using mod_perl for super-CGI rather than using mod_perl's strengths.

    At Red Hat, we did a little of both. CGI-type scripts for short-term or one-off projects, and sometimes for prototypes. But most of redhat.com was running under Apache::ASP (that might have changed by now, though). The guys who cooked up the rhn.redhat.com site used their own ASP-like system, but it too was done as a location-handler, not a souped-up CGI library.

    Unfortunately (and I

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    --rjray