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Re^2: Perl Moo.

by Dipseydoodle (Acolyte)
on Jun 13, 2012 at 19:38 UTC ( #976051=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Perl Moo.
in thread Perl Moo.

That's slighty more complex then I wanted *takes a look back and screeches*

But it's really funny you mentioned Inform7, it happens to be my favored language for gaming (I have released a few games actually) but I wanted a step up, just not this much.

Also, Inform7 is awesome, however I need this to be MULTI-USER not single player.

Time to look for another route I guess, maybe Python or Ruby?


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Re^3: Perl Moo.
by cavac (Chaplain) on Jun 13, 2012 at 20:13 UTC

    however I need this to be MULTI-USER not single player.

    Multi-User is always way more complicated, no matter the programming language. You have to share data, allow concurrent access and so on.

    That said, would a web based solution work for you? If so, you could try a combination of Perl/CGI, HTML/Javascript/Ajax and maybe a database/memcached as data backend.

    "You have reached the Monastery. All our helpdesk monks are busy at the moment. Please press "1" to instantly donate 10 currency units for a good cause or press "2" to hang up. Or you can dial "12" to get connected directly to second level support."

      yes, I couldn't figure out how to set up the embedded perl though. I am very good at HTML and can work with Javascript. PHP I can work with but I'm not all there. If you could give me an example of how Embedded Perl would work please do so. Thanks.

        If you could give me an example of how Embedded Perl would work please do so.

        That is a TIMTOWTDI question ("there is always more than one way to do it"). Everyone of them has bonuses and drawbacks.

        You could use different frameworks or write you thing from scratch. You could either use CGI oder mod_perl or a webserver written in Perl. And so on...

        I wrote my own webserver and framework. So i'm probably not the PerlMonk you are looking for. Here are a few tips to get you going:

        Instead of hijacking this thread with a webserver topic, i suggest you try the Super Search. You might also take a look at catalyst or the other available solutions on CPAN. If you can't find a solution you like, post some specific questions in a new thread.

        "You have reached the Monastery. All our helpdesk monks are busy at the moment. Please press "1" to instantly donate 10 currency units for a good cause or press "2" to hang up. Or you can dial "12" to get connected directly to second level support."

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