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You're right, it doesn't do all that much ultimately. If you already understand the issues that its dealing with, you don't really need it. However, it can be useful if you have a team of people sharing code, since it ensures that everyone's CGI apps will be built with the same structure.

In reply to Re: Why CGI::Application? by perrin
in thread Why CGI::Application? by sdbarker

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