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Re: Re: Re: Re: Some suggestions on coding style - a chance to critique

by Fastolfe (Vicar)
on Jun 30, 2002 at 04:55 UTC ( #178315=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Re: Some suggestions on coding style - a chance to critique
in thread Some suggestions on coding style - a chance to critique

CGI::Lite is a speedier version you may find useful. Reinventing the wheel is fine if there's a need to do so. An awful lot of work and testing went into that wheel in the first place, though, so keep that in mind when you write your replacement. And please release it so the rest of us can take advantage of what you've done.


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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Some suggestions on coding style - a chance to critique
by Juerd (Abbot) on Jun 30, 2002 at 13:48 UTC

    An awful lot of work and testing went into that wheel in the first place, though, so keep that in mind when you write your replacement. And please release it so the rest of us can take advantage of what you've done.

    PLP is the result, and it's available for everyone to take advantage of (Note: it's an Apache handler - often not very useful in normal scripts). If you look at how parsing is done, you'll see why I re-invented this wheel. Not that CGI::Lite is bad or anything, I just wanted the data a bit different. I used CGI.pm in my reply because it was already used, and it was the only module I had installed at that machine, at that time.

    - Yes, I reinvent wheels.
    - Spam: Visit eurotraQ.
    

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