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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • . . .seems very promising to me. Being in the middle of such an app as you describe, this could have been a real timesaver. I'll definitely be checking it out.

    It seems to be, in some ways, CGI::Application on steroids. Using CGI::Application has bought me some flexibility that I might not have with Maypole, but like you said, a consistent, enterprise-class framework is something that Perl could really use.

    Thanks for bringing this to my attention :) This will get added to my growing list of things to c
    • I also posted this to Perlmonks [perlmonks.org] and Apache::PageKit [cpan.org] has been brought to my attention. It appear to have been around quite a bit longer, but I don't know enough about it to know how to compare and contrast the two. The only thing that stood out right away is that PageKit uses HTML::Template. That's a great module, but I've been seduced by the power of Template Toolkit. With TT, I'm not restricted to HTML. I can output data in many different formats. This would be great for creating automatic report download in CSV or similar formats.

      • Actually, HTML::Template is not restricted to HTML. It can be used for any text-based templating problem. I've used it for e-mail.