perl used in large developments - I need help
scottp at dd.com.au
Wed Mar 19 20:22:14 CST 2003
On Thursday, Mar 20, 2003, at 11:34 Australia/Melbourne, Paul Fenwick
> G'day Simon,
> On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 10:50:08AM +1100, Simon Taylor wrote:
>> What I desperately need now is pointers to good quality descriptions
>> of larger applications developed in perl.
> Ones I can immediately think of.
> MyInternet - Big portal, lots of cool stuff, all in Perl. Talk to
MI portal is written using
* Languages: Perl and XSLT
* Template Files: Template Toolkit
Current stats show me.
Perl Modules (just files .pm) = 533
Lines of code in Perl Modules = 110,493
Of standard data files (XML and Template Toolkits including MetaData)
Total number = 670
Lines in these files = 21,430
XSLT there is
This is hard to count, lots of building of data based on inheritance
About 2671 lines per style and per output type
(eg: for style DEFAULT output type HTML there is 2671)
At our peak we had 10,000 schools (domain / web severs) and over 1
million users using this code (not sure of the current figures, higher,
lower, not sure?).
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