Have done some CRUD with Maypole, but performance is not amazing, and read the documentation about Catalyst, and had the same question, about how long it would be actual, maintained, how devel, etc... So it's nice to see that there're more people on the same position that I'm. And of course, great to see comments from the authors!
I was thinking about using Catalyst for the refactoring of a complex internal webapp. It'll be a long timing task, it's Perl+C, but the person who wrote it, was learning Perl on the way, strange style and don't use the nifty things you would expect...
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