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Re^2: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?

by rdfield (Priest)
on Oct 03, 2007 at 15:13 UTC ( #642425=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?
in thread Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?

SOAP::Lite works pretty well as a jaw-dropping demo, too. To accomplish something similar to a 3-line server and 2 line client with Oracle's Application server took a 250MB patch.


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Re^3: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?
by Cop on Oct 03, 2007 at 22:45 UTC

    Among all the client side solutions for web service, C# is the best. This is not just about language, but about the fact that MS always provide the best IDE.

    Java is losing some of its popularity to C#, and one of the reason is IDE, actually a big one.

    Talk about SOAP::Lite, it misses lots of things and is not actively maintained.

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[stevieb]: it is exceptionally difficult I'm finding to debug a dist that is x-platform, where on each platform you're wrapping a different binary. Trying to co-ordinate a successful test run where tests are extensive is a nightmare, especially when the dist...
[stevieb]:'re testing is a test system itself. 10+ documented issues fixed, another half dozen found while fixing the original ones. I'm getting there...
[stevieb]: Then throw in changes to Windows that throws everything you trusted right out the window.
[shmem]: that's why it is called "Windows"

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