[Chicago-talk] CGI.pm alternative
joel.a.berger at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 20:25:23 PDT 2015
Like Andy said, there's no reason to move old code if that old code is
still working. CGI.pm will be around forever, just now it comes via CPAN.
The biggest reason for ejecting it from the core is that by being in the
core it gave the false impression that (1) it was the recommended way to do
things and (2) it was being actively maintained by P5P, neither of which
was true or has been for years.
Of course my vote for future projects would be for Mojolicious, but then
again, as a core developer, I'm biased I suppose :-)
On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 11:00 AM, Andy Lester <andy at petdance.com> wrote:
> On Apr 13, 2015, at 10:35 AM, Jim Jacobus <JJacobus at PonyX.com> wrote:
> I was just reading Brian d foy's article at
> http://perltricks.com/article/165/2015/4/10/A-preview-of-Perl-5-22 .
> CGI.pm is going away in 5.22. Since I've used CGI.pm a lot in the past, I
> should get started on updating a lot of legacy code. What is the best a
> good alternative I should invest my time with? (mojolicious? dancer?). I
> primarily used "fatals to browser".
> CGI.pm is not going away. It won’t be installed with default Perl, but
> you will still be able to install it from CPAN, just like you can get
> Mojolicious and Dancer from CPAN.
> Andy Lester => www.petdance.com
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