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This module is designed to be a drop in replacement for using CGI, you are getting some benefits of FastCGI, reusing processes rather than making new ones, and the perl interpreter is already loaded.

Any Perl CGI script should be able to use this module, without any specific FastCGI coding or adjustments. Of course scripts coded in FastCGI will work as normal without this module.

Lyle

In reply to Re^2: FastCGi on IIS... The tale of Microsoft and my new Perl Module... by cosmicperl
in thread FastCGi on IIS... The tale of Microsoft and my new Perl Module... by cosmicperl

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