stas at stason
Dec 14, 2004, 2:50 PM
Post #4 of 9
Perrin Harkins wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-12-14 at 08:10 +0100, allan juul wrote:
>>* do i need to learn perl ?
>>* can i use mod_perl on Windows ?
>>* can i access a MySql database via mod_perl
>>* can i use mod_perl and PHP on the same time
>>* does mod_perl run on MicroSoft IIS
>>* is mod_perl faster than jsp-pages
>>* we need a CMS - where can i download one and use
>>* we need a search engine - where can i download one and use
>>* we need a shoping cart - where can i download one and use
>>* is mod_perl object orientated ?
>>* how much converting of my cgi scripts do i need to do in order to shift to
>>* why doesn't my changes show up after i refresh my page ?
>>* do i really have to restart apache for every single change i made ?
>>* can i compile mod_perl with the apxs tool ?
>>* how much does mod_perl cost ?
>>* where can wwe get support ?
>>* the software is broken and we can't sue anyone. what do we do ?
>>* perl is dead, right - so why go with mod_perl ?
>>* we heard apache is insecure - is this true ?
>>* can we integrate mod_perl with our Economy systems
> While I agree with Stas that I've never felt the desire to point people
> to a FAQ instead of to a specific place in the docs, I do like your
> selection of questions. Maybe there could be a place for this, as a
> sort of "first stop" for newbies. I still think it would mostly point
> to things in the docs, rather than contain new information, but that's
Shouldn't this belong to: http://perl.apache.org/start/index.html
It was created mainly by Bill Moseley a few years ago, who came with the
same ambition as Allan today. I think if you want to extend/reshape it,
that would be great.
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