It sounds like we are largely in agreement. And I'm not the one " ...focusing on the idea of 'one module is the application' related to CGI::Application too much. "
From the Abstract of CGI::Application's documentation:
The guiding philosophy behind CGI::Application is that a web-based application can be organized into a specific set of ``Run-Modes.'' Each Run-Mode is roughly analogous to a single screen (a form, some output, etc.). All the Run-Modes are managed by a single ``Application Module'' which is a Perl module.
Since the subject of the node is "Scaling single-script
CGI applications" (my emphasis) I thought it important to point out that the single-module approach is not the way to go. But we agree on that, right? :)
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