Hmmm, this is tricky so here goes . . .
I have a friend that is working for this company that
makes web pages - right now, this company is using a
concocted version of embedded perl by using eval in
their web engine: perl code is used on the HTML pages
(contained in delimiters) - the code is extracted from
the page and 'eval'ed.
Personally, I think this is a BAD thing. I would like
to suggest some changes for my friend and his/her company,
maybe HTML::Mason or HTML::EmbPerl . . .
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, as I have not
used either (but plan to real soon).
The hardest part will be to convince this company to
give up their evil ways and see the light.
(insert holy-sounding chord here)
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