[San-Diego-pm] Shebang path issue
brick at brickrobbins.com
Fri Nov 22 14:03:47 PST 2013
I am suggesting that Apache/Perl works easier in a *nix environment.
Most all web applications of perl run in a LAMPs, or LAMPs like
If the goal is to get your stuff to run on a Linux server eventually,
I think the time spent learning to use a similar computer for your
development environment is worth it. If your goal is to run Perl under
IIS in a production environment, all I can ask is: Why?
If you don't want to change your development box from windows, then
running an emulator like Cygwin is probably easier than trying to
gimick Windows to run apache/perl properly.
When I'm working on a Mac, generally I'm just using the terminal
window, and since OSX is based on Unix, and already comes with Apache
installed, the transition from a development environment to a
production environment is much easier.
I am not a Mac evangelist. I'm just lazy. I'd prefer to put my effort
into the product, than the development environment.
On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:42 PM, Joel Fentin <joel at fentin.com> wrote:
> On 11/22/2013 1:06 PM, Brick Robbins wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 12:56 PM, Joel Fentin <joel at fentin.com> wrote:
>>> Most interesting.
>>> Which 5 files?
>>> How do you handle downloaded perl modules?
>> Instead of doing all this Windows Trickery, wouldn't it just be easier
>> to use Cygwin or some other emulator?
>> or god forbid, use a mac or linux machine for development?
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> Are you suggesting that buying a mac, learning to use it, getting the
> operating system, learning to use it, getting the perl, Apache, & MySQL into
> the mac and learning to make them all play together would be easier?
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