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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I administer both windows and linux servers for both the internal business LAN and also large web applications for dozens of clients. There are several things that I have noticed using win 2003 Server (the latest server offering) * Still no revision control or templating of configuration for applications, or the ability to add comments. * IIS still lacks the ability to add actions to parts of the the web transaction along the lines of Apache's handlers for each part of the request cycle * Active Directo
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    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;
  • It's possible that a lot of the antagonism in the responses you received was due to expressing your questions using terms you understood (i.e. Unix terminology) rather than in terms the people you asked understood (i.e. Windows terminology). While you can't use the terminology you don't understand; they may be incapable of understanding the question when expressed in terminology they don't use.

    I once tried to set up a Samba server. The documentation told me how to set up a huge number of things. An expe

    • Thank you for this very nice, insightful reply -- this completely didn't occur to me. I was aware that I was in no position to illustrate the ways in which Micorosoft Windows has an edge over Unix, of course, but that was pretty obvious at least =)

      -scott