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Thank you. I've read CGI::Alternatives, but for example in Mojolicious it is not that simple, because you have to define routing, paths, and start "application".

I wan't library to look at environment (is it GET or POST? if POST, then what is form encoding?), then parse CGI parameters and make them available as hash, or as functions to list all names and get all values. Maybe in that simple case CGI.pl i still a way to go, and is going to be supported many years from now on...


In reply to Re^2: CGI.pm not good practice, so what is good, modern, practice for reading CGI paramters? by leszekdubiel
in thread CGI.pm not good practice, so what is good, modern, practice for reading CGI paramters? by leszekdubiel

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