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Re^6: Why Perl is a Valid Choice

by glasswalk3r (Friar)
on Feb 01, 2006 at 13:15 UTC ( #527047=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^5: Why Perl is a Valid Choice
in thread Why Perl is a Valid Choice

I agree with that. And not only about the programming tools (I myself discovered perl.vim only after some years programming): Perl has nice solutions for a lot of things, but they are not integrated. It takes time to put everything together and companies just want to have the application delivered as fast as possible. It's important to get productive if you want to get a share from programming languages like Java.

For example, how many application servers does Perl have? Ok, there is OpenInteract, I must say that I never used it, but all the feedback that I have is not good: the tool looks like too complicated. Do the community have a specification, a "must have list" to create other tools like OpenInteract?

Maybe the community have more options (maybe Maypole?) but the point is: why such information is not in the Perl default documentation?

Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior
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[1nickt]: hippo You suggest this as a transport agent for Email::Sender, or ...? Just for the record Email::Sender:: Transport::SMTP has SSL/TLS support built-in (and some shiny RJBS extras like "partial success" ...)
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