Are you sure we need another module for this? Were you planning to release this or is it for internal use?
It will mainly be for internal use in my home made web portal. To release it I would have to write documentation and I'm not looking forward to doing that. I found out I'm not using a large part of CGI.pm and if i made the parts I do use and removed the need of CGI.pm the web portal will gain a lot of speed. I'm looking at CGI::Lite
and it seems to have mostly everything I'm after the only think Im wondering about it is.
Does it work well with MOD_Perl?
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