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•Re^4: Review: CGI::Prototype

by merlyn (Sage)
on Dec 03, 2004 at 21:46 UTC ( #412294=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: Review: CGI::Prototype
in thread Review: CGI::Prototype

I think you mean File::Finder vs File::Find::Rule. And in fact, that's true. I looked at the prior art in File::Find::Rule, even the implementation, and decided I could do better. And I both acknowledge that in the docs (about FFR), I also embrace the existing FFR plugins with my own "ffr" method in File::Finder.

But everyone seems uppity that I'm trying to do the same thing with CGI::Application. No, please, no. I looked at everything out there for what I needed for my client. Nothing worked. I didn't set out to define a "better CGI::Application". I set out to define a generic MVC metacontroller that would easily subclass to be the controllers I needed for a few of my clients. Nobody has done that. CGI::Application isn't it, nor does it pretend to be it.

So, please stop comparing this to CGI::Application, any more than you'd compare Template Toolkit to Embperl. They're not the same class of framework. They have different goals.

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File::Finder: why? (was: Review: CGI::Prototype)
by Aristotle (Chancellor) on Jan 03, 2005 at 04:05 UTC

    I still don't understand why File::Finder is better than File::Find::Rule. I haven't looked into the internals, but the FFer API feels much clunkier than FFR's. I've given the module the benefit of the doubt repeatedly, but it just feels like a step back from FFR.

    How exactly did you intend for FFer to be better than FFR?

    Makeshifts last the longest.

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