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Ah says he. Logically you just delete the use SelfLoader and __DATA__ tag. On testing of loadtimes using a version of CGI::Simple without Selfloader and the __DATA__ tag the entire script loads/compiles slower but is still faster than CGI.pm plus all the methods are compiled and ready to go.

There would seem to be three options. A mod perl version without the __DATA__ tag. Cutting the module into two parts with the less used functions in another module that gets required in a runtime. A CGI.pm type solution.

I would favour having a CGI::Simple::mod_perl module that is just the standard module without SelfLoader and the __DATA__ tag as this is easiest to maintain and as most scripts need some tuning to use mod_perl so modifying the use CGI::blah should be no big deal.

In reality under mod_perl there is no good reason not to just use CGI.pm as the load time, size, etc is not an issue and it is well proven.

cheers

tachyon

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In reply to Re: (Ovid) Re(3): CGI::Simple vs CGI.pm - Is twice as fast good enough? by tachyon
in thread CGI::Simple vs CGI.pm - Is twice as fast good enough? by tachyon

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