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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The URL for the mod_perl tutorial slides was posted to the mod_perl mailing list, so it's public. And it's linked-to from the mod_perl presentations page [apache.org]. Don't get too caught up in the slides, though--they're very old and you'd be much better off with a copy of mod_perl Developer's Cookbook [amazon.com] and Practical mod_perl [oreilly.com].

    When I posted them, I really hoped someone else would be interested in taking them and maintaining them as a free resource. The easier it is for people to teach others about mod_perl, the mor

    • Aha...thank you. I have seen both of those on the shelves, but have not taken five minutes yet to scan either one. Which is a better start -- Practical, or Cookbook?

      Or does that depend on how much hand-holding I'll need?

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      • by gnat (29) on 2003.07.04 14:08 (#21761) Journal
        It's honestly hard to say--I think Practical covers more (administration, installation) in more depth, but in terms of getting your act together fast with mod_perl programming, the Cookbook is supergood at that.

        Honestly, buy 'em both :-)

        --Nat