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Funny, this looks a bit similar to a project i'll release very soon called Catalyst.

Only if you would say a jetliner is "a bit similar" to a hang glider. :-) I must say, your project is much more ambitious than mine. I was attempting to be one humble piece of a very small pie, but what you have seems to be an entire pie with ice cream and chocolate sauce on the side. [Hmm, what other strained metaphors can I come up with?]

What you've shown looks very nice, and it would probably save a lot of time and effort in a large project, but for some projects it would be major overkill. I was trying to build the module that's useful for the smaller projects. It works well with the small, extremely simple application that I'm building, and attempts to follow the "do one thing and do it well" philosophy.

The problem is, I don't know if the small, simple solution would really be useful for anyone else. Based on the replies to this Meditation, the answer is "nah, we're happy with what we've already got." So I'll avoid releasing it unless someone asks.

In reply to Re^2: RFC: Apache::Controller by revdiablo
in thread RFC: Apache::Controller by revdiablo

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