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Re: web-dev and perl (mason, catalyst, embperl)

by jdrago_999 (Hermit)
on Jun 06, 2009 at 23:24 UTC ( #769181=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to web-dev and perl (mason, catalyst, embperl)

There's Apache2::ASP but it requires mod_perl, which generally means you are paying for a dedicated server (and installing everything yourself).
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Re^2: web-dev and perl (mason, catalyst, embperl)
by halfcountplus (Hermit) on Jun 07, 2009 at 15:22 UTC
    (First thanx all for your informative replies. Mason seems very nice, I feel a weight has been lifted from my shoulders.)

    I was just looking into this mod_perl issue. I notice that there is a way to use Mason with just a cgi handler, but this requires adding some configuration to apache, which I assume will not be allowed at (eg) sourceforge. Still not a too big a deal I guess...plain 'ol CGI + AJAX can do a lot. When I really have something that deserves more, I will just have to dish out $20/month for a slice somewhere.

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