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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • If you find a CMS you like that doesn't support publishing to static pages, it's not hard to do that bit independently. A simple wget will get you most of the way then run each page through a Perl script to apply whatever customisations or rewrites you require (wget will fix the links) and rsync to push it up to your server.

    As to which one I'd recommend, as I said in a recent journal entry, I have yet to find a CMS I like but so far Drupal is the one I dislike the least. Before working with it I knew almost no PHP and I was able to achieve extensive customisations - although it does help that I work with smart people who know both PHP and Drupal.