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Re: RFC: How Tightly Coupled To Perl Must We Be?

by Corion (Pope)
on Sep 04, 2013 at 11:32 UTC ( #1052296=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RFC: How Tightly Coupled To Perl Must We Be?

I'm not sure what your question is aiming at.

To my knowledge, mod_auth_openid is not a Perl module. The naming convention suggests that it is an Apache module.

The linked github repository also has no indication that mod_auth_openid is written in Perl, or closely related to Perl.

So, therefore my question:

Where does Perl come into the picture?

If the code in question is a Perl module, that explains where Perl comes into the picture. If it is not Perl code, the poster needs to explain where Perl connects to his problem.


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Re^2: RFC: How Tightly Coupled To Perl Must We Be?
by marinersk (Chaplain) on Sep 04, 2013 at 12:06 UTC
    Ah. My ignorance of Apache is thusly revealed. :-)

      Note also that after asking the pertinent question "Wherefore Perl...?" in Re: mod_auth_openid error!!!, Corion went on to offer some sound general advice, generalities being all that were possible in the circumstances, and to suggest a better way to use this site.

      All in all, a pertinent, helpful, considered and considerate reply, all that I could hope for from this site (and much more than I have occasionally observed) and just what I have come to expect from Corion. And that is the tight coupling that is most important to me about PerlMonks. (After reviewing Re: mod_auth_openid error!!!, I upvoted it after having originally passed it over.)

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