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From Richard Schilling <rs...@rsmba.biz>
Subject Re: Embperl Wishes and comments
Date Sun, 03 Aug 2003 19:45:56 GMT
As time permits, my employees and I will be adding our notes, findings, 
tips/tricks/traps as well.  We're slow at it though, but it's something 
we like to do because it helps us answer our own questions and build 
in-house knowledge.

Richard Schilling



On 2003.08.03 12:19 Gerald Richter wrote:
> >
> > - Actual documentation is good but I would want to have a best
> explained
> > documentation and to have examples
> 
> Yes this would be great, but writing docs takes a lot of time. I try
> to do my
> best, but my time is very limited. Would be great if people could
> submit
> patches to the documentation if they find something that is missing
> form the
> docs.
> 
> >( ej. Embperl::Mail:Execute, when i
> > tried to use it i get the message Undefined subroutine
> > &Embperl::Mail::Execute, i used the example in perldoc).
> >
> 
> I gues you should add a
> 
> use Embperl::Mail::Execute ;
> 
> before
> 
> 
> > - Is it posible to have a book about embperl? at least in english
> but if
> > it is inspanish it would be great!!.
> >
> 
> I had started with a book about Embperl in german, but this project is
> on halt
> at the moment for two reason: 1.) my limited time, 2.) Embperl is to
> special
> that many people will buy such a book and the O'Reilly don't excepted
> to sell
> much books at the moment, because they sell less books at all at the
> moment.
> 
> I still have the possiblity to write such a book, so if anybody like
> to help
> out (and don't expects to earn much, because writing a book is very
> bad paid,
> also O'Reilly pays really good compared to others) let me know.
> 
> 
> > - I have analized other modules that embed perl in html and i am
> very sure
> > that embperl is the best option. For perl 6 what i know the
> developers are
> > not working in something special for the web so may be embperl could
> be
> > used as a default included module to make web development. I would
> want
> > to install Perl and everything works without needed to install
> nothing
> > additional.
> >
> 
> There are to much such moduls out there and nobody likes to make a
> predecision
> which module to use, so you will need to install it separately in the
> future
> too.
> 
> Gerald
> 
> 
> 
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