is tiny tiny cool little single script that runs in several modes with embedded html, offers many plugins, etc.
The send-info-to-screen isn't in one clear place.
But more to the point, I'm not sure how to
(despite the mason docs on
on this very topic
how to change a cgi into something that gets itself wrapped by the mason autohandling autoload and dhandler processes....
If I had a trivial hello world perl cgi script like
print "hellow world";
how would I get the core to be mason wrapped?
my $interp = HTML::Mason::Interp->new ();
Here, if hello.cgi were static (hello.html), mason would see the ending, and wrap the page....
but how to do this wrapping by hand?