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Re: Re: Why mod_perl is good for PHP

by PodMaster (Abbot)
on Aug 03, 2003 at 06:10 UTC ( #280404=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Why mod_perl is good for PHP
in thread Why mod_perl is good for PHP

merlyn has talked about writing an aricle/guide/whatever on how to setup Template Toolkit 2 in a mod_perl environment to replace php. Since users aren't writing perl directly, the potential for users mucking up other users programs goes down ... it's not a bad idea (for ISPs or anyone who can't run a server per user...).

As to your troll comments, I don't think it's a troll (but I do think it may be somebody trying to persuade merlyn to write this already in a somewhat subtle manner).

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Re: Re: Re: Why mod_perl is good for PHP
by jacques (Priest) on Aug 04, 2003 at 03:08 UTC
    merlyn has talked about writing an aricle/guide/whatever on how to setup Template Toolkit 2 in a mod_perl environment to replace php.

    It will take more than an article or even a book.

    The masses want simple things. They don't even like to read.

    What is needed is an easy-to-use software tool that would set up such an environment with minimal prerequisites and effort.

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