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From "Gerald Richter" <>
Subject Re: RFC: mod_perl advocacy project resurrection
Date Tue, 05 Dec 2000 20:47:03 GMT
> i don't have figures, but from experience i know - once i've
> compiled httpd, i have almost no real configuration work to
> do with php. on the other hand, if i want to set up mason, i
> have to write 10-20 lines of perl code and access them with
> PerlModule or PerlRequire. if i want multiple mason sites i
> have to dig back into that perl script. certainly not
> difficult, but kinda irritating, and takes more effort to
> maintain, especially across multiple machines.

That's what I always tried to avoid within the configuration of Embperl. I
have tried to keep it as simple as possible for the first start. If you have
mod_perl up and running, you just tell Apache to handle for example .epl
files by HTML::Embperl and your are done. (exactly 6 lines to copy and paste
form the Embperl docs into yout httpd.conf ), but as I understand Jonathan
he (and Mason) has a slightly other intention in this area.


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