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Re: PHP to PERL ?

by johnnywang (Priest)
on Dec 28, 2005 at 07:14 UTC ( #519499=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to PHP to PERL ?

Someone has to ask you this: why are you moving to perl if your site is already working in php, and you know php and don't know perl? Is there something you want to do in php but can't, and think you can do it in perl?

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Re^2: PHP to PERL ?
by brendgard (Novice) on Jan 04, 2006 at 11:30 UTC
    Welllllll, to be honest, features and functionality. I'm not the best programmer in either. I've learned enough PHP to make some changes to the PHP script, but I can't add what we want to the PHP script now running the site's job board( ), partly due to a lack of knowlege, mostly because we would need permision/help from another site we want to tie into ( ). If we buy the PERL script they sell, the help and permision is included.

    We are trying to pull together a number of feeds from various site to make it easier for people looking for work. In this case, changing from PHP to PERL simply makes it easier, plus adds a few features not in the script we already have running. I'd need to learn how to add some text boxes for anouncements etc, some RSS decyphering code for job leads from other sources, rotating ads, and a few other things.

    A side note, if anybody has any job feeds from other sites, we'd love to know about them and maybe add them.

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