>Am I wrong?
I am not super familiar with Mojo. And I do not think you're wrong. But you can use something like CGI::Application in your .cgi right away so that you can start organizing your code for a more "modern" paradigm. With some fiddling of the apache configuration (assuming), you can look at using actual routes via CGI::Application::Dispatch.
It is true and relevant that changing your mindset is probably the hardest thing to do overall. I can see how on a shared hosting system where you don't have access apache configurations or to determine what is listening on port 80/443, that you would have the very real limitations you're describing. Go with what you know, but know that even in your environment you have some options.
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