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  • by dug (2501) on 2008.07.15 19:29 (#63903) Journal

    This isn't exactly the feedback you asked for, so please feel free to disregard it. I like par for one file application upgrades. A friend of mine wrote a nice web framework that glues XML::Comma (he's the author of that module) and HTML::Mason together. There is a custom Mason resolver that looks to a PAR file for its components, and another chunk of logic that adds the "lib" directory of that PAR file to @INC.

    This lets me scp a single PAR file to a server to upgrade an application, which I find super handy.

    Good luck with your talk!

    -- Douglas