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Yes, Mojolicious is very self-contained and doesn't have non-core dependencies outside its own ecosystem. However, my recollection is that at least at one point, doing a cpanm Mojolicious or equivalent, actually fetched and installed a list of dozens of dependencies (within that ecosystem, but nonetheless dependencies).

Having said that, I tried this today with Perl 5.38.0 and Mojolicious 9.33, which are current as I write this, and everything was installed in one go. So either they changed something about their packaging, or my recollection is defective. It's certainly still true that Mojolicious consists of dozens of modules.

In reply to Re^3: REST API Server in Perl by philipbailey
in thread REST API Server in Perl by programmingzeal

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