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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Am I right in thinking that if you could abstract out the XML stuff (or just make it optional in the plugins—maybe it is already?) that the only requirement for the axkit2 Web server would be Danga::Socket? That's pretty rockin'!

    —Theory
    • Yes. The xmlresponse is already mostly optional. It loads it, and so loads XML::LibXML, but you don't have to implement that phase. I'm sure I could figure out a way to make it entirely optional (or even load XML::LibXML at runtime).

      Of course why you would want a web server without XML::LibXML installed is beyond me ;-)
      • That would rock. I was thinking about using it with Bricolage, for example, where we don't do anything with XML.

        My thought is that it'd be cool if it was a Web server that supports plugins and nothing but a Web server that supports plugins.

        Oh, another q: Would it be possible to allow plugins to be CPAN modules, and then we can just tell the Web server to use a CPAN module as the plugin for a particular Location.

        —Theory