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Re: Re: mod_perl vs. mod_php in multi-user environments

by dextius (Monk)
on May 15, 2003 at 10:47 UTC ( #258351=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: mod_perl vs. mod_php in multi-user environments
in thread mod_perl vs. mod_php in multi-user environments

PHP / ColdFusion are definately well suited for their tasks. But I find that the following gets a little irritating.. PHP/CF are pure web languages, it's irritating in CF to have to use a browser to debug code. PHP can be run from a command line, but it's not really a command line language.. PHP/CF has little in namespaces, making it pretty tough to write anything complex without making a mess. mod_perl has the neat ability of being this huge complex beast, or, just a simple text munging engine (See Mason, Apache::ASP, or Template::Toolkit). Slashdot's faq response in concern to PHP vs. mod_perl was a good summation. I guess it just depends on what YOU like. Both are capable of doing what you need.
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Re: Re: Re: mod_perl vs. mod_php in multi-user environments
by PodMaster (Abbot) on May 15, 2003 at 10:55 UTC
    PHP/CF are pure web languages, it's
    That hasn't been true for a while now (in the case of PHP).


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