Beware of network latency though,
Hm. Given modern network speeds, it would have to be a script with a huge number of dependencies for even a 10Mb/s network to require much more than a second or two to load. And does anyone run at less that 100Mb/s these days? Mostly, company LANs are substantially faster.
It would only be a problem if someone was trying to run high-frequency, short lived scripts -- say web-server CGIs -- across the network, but even then, filesystem caching would step in a remove the problem.
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Re^3: Perl on Windows Best Practices?
by bulk88 (Priest) on Jul 31, 2012 at 03:20 UTC