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I wanted to be able to factor my web applications into many moudules, not one which is just as big as the original CGI script. The CGI::Application examples seem to focus on getting everything into one big module so where's the modularity? I'd like to have my runmodes in distinct modules, not simply subs within one monolithic module/script.

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