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Re: use CGI or die;

by Maclir (Curate)
on Jan 11, 2001 at 04:50 UTC ( #51041=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to use CGI or die;

There are also other tools / modules available. I have used Embperl, which uses under the covers. I am not sure about HTML::Mason, but I would not be surprised it if also uses too. There are probably other HTML generation / templating / web site generation tools that use

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(fongsaiyuk)Re: Re: use CGI or die;
by fongsaiyuk (Pilgrim) on Jan 13, 2001 at 12:17 UTC
    Just as an FYI, HTM::Mason does provide access to the

    You are advised to not access the structure directly, even though you can. Mason provides access through object references.

    Also, you are able to take advantage of the HTML constructs as documented in the Mason FAQ here

    I'm inclined to believe that using the CGI constructs is probably a "good thing" as you get the side benefit, as merlyn states: Re: Re: use CGI or die;, of spitting out XHTML.

Re: Re: use CGI or die;
by trantor (Chaplain) on Aug 28, 2001 at 14:51 UTC

    My favourite for embedding Perl into *ML is Apache::ASP. The homepage is here. Last time I checked, it relied on for file upload and allowed to mix freely and Apache::ASP calls in the same page.

    I find the Active Server Pages model (with Perl as a programming language) quite useful when writing Web applications.


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