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Thank you very much for your reply.

Indeed, I did not know about modulinos. This technique is very interesting. It seems that it resembles the way I have done it now (see above).

Regarding the frameworks: I admit that I don't like them very much because most of them are not flexible enough for what I want to do, or the learning curve is very steep. Every time I tried a framework or read the documentation of a framework, I have come to the conclusion that it would take more time to learn the tricks to break its limitations than the framework would save, or that the framework's philosophy was not mine.

To make a long story short: Frameworks are not appropriate for me. I am very happy with putting my well-tested methods in several modules and use these modules from my applications.

By the way, the same applies for the template systems. I have written my own template system which might not be appropriate for the mass market, but is very simple and just does what I want, thereby keeping maximum flexibility (i.e. I can write pure perl code without any restrictions in my HTML pages).

Since your answer contains some very interesting hints, I have voted it up, although I have chose another solution.



In reply to Re^2: How to pass form data from a CGI script to its child process? by Nocturnus
in thread How to pass form data from a CGI script to its child process? by Nocturnus

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