1st, we don't need to have a installed Perl in the Web Server, you can copy the perl Library of any Perl distributin of any OS and put in the server, and actually is what we do here.
About the DNS, well, use the IP, and a HTTP access is used for almost any system in the internet, so, is not less secure than any other system.
The SSL support can be a new resource in the future, but we can't forget that the idea is that lib::http need to be self contained, since only with lib::http loaded in the Perl interpreter we need to be able to active all the resource to load things from the internet, or will not make sence to already have a big Perl library installed locally, since what I really want is to not have any Perl Library installed, only the internet one.
Graciliano M. P.
"Creativity is the expression of liberty".
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