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Things may have changed, but I know that a few years back when I needed to run some perl stuff on an existing IIS server and went looking for a FastCGI plugin, there was nothing available. I asked around and found only a few incomplete personal projects. So, given that PerlEx is no longer available, I think this is a big deal for people stuck on IIS.

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

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