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Well, as I mentioned, I had already decided to use Template Toolkit and Log::Log4Perl, so I'm glad you recommend them.

DBI is lower level than I'm looking is pretty much the lowest level at which it is sane to write DB code in Perl, and my goal is to be well above that level. (To go any lower you'd need to shell out or write XS to a driver--which is effectively what the DBD modules do.) The reason I chose Tangram is because it means that, for a certain category of DB interactions (object persistence) I can completely ignore the DB.

Thanks for the reminder about Class::DBI; I'll compare/contrast it against Tangram.

Regarding CGI::Application--what is your experience with it in terms of user interface speed? That is going to be a major requirement of this project...the interface must feel as snappy as a locally-running application, or it will be rejected out of hand.

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