Re: If Perl support inline scripting...
- From: "Tintin" <tintin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2006 10:04:38 +1300
"howa" <howachen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"howa" == howa <howachen@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
well, i just thought that, if it is part-of-the-perl, then a lot of
people will consider using perl as the dynamic scripting language for
web page, rather than php, for example.
yes, i know that many perl hackers have a strong sense of
there-is-more-than-one-way-to-do-it, but standard is standard, people
think php is easy as <?php echo 'hello" ?> works. There is no need to
use CGI module, blah blah for example....
But there is a need to install and configure PHP, which can sometimes get
very complicated and you run into dependancy nightmares when you try to get
all the various PHP modules and components talking to each other.
So if you look at it objectively, writing a dynamic web page with Mason or
similar, is no more complicated (and you could say a lot easier) than
setting up PHP and writing PHP pages.
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