chrisjdenman at googlemail
Mar 19, 2010, 2:30 AM
That sounds great.
I tend to purchase small virtual servers on a job by job basis and have
always had a nightmare getting Embperl to work.
I will buy a new virtual server today, running Centos 5 and Plesk. I don't
really use Plesk, but it's hard to come by a virtual server that doesn't run
such utilities. Previously, Plesk would we the main thing that got in the
way of installing Embperl (Apache source was never present, although
mod_perl was installed ready to go).
Looking forward to trying the new features.
On 19 March 2010 05:44, Gerald Richter - ECOS <gerald.richter [at] ecos>wrote:
> after a very long time of I am very happy to announce the next beta release
> of Embperl.
> It is available for download and testing at
> It would be great if you can test it out, especially on different
> distributions using Perl, Apache and mod_perl provided by the Distribution.
> It's already working out of the box with openSuSE 11.2, but it would be
> great if somebody could test it on Debian, RetHat etc. and give me feedback.
> Also I started an example for Embperl::Form, since I believe it's a very
> usefull addon, but it is not documented yet. Look at eg/forms/README.txt.
> For now the example does not show the full power of Embperl::Form, like the
> Ajax stuff, datepicker, RichText edit and so one, but it might be helpful to
> understand the basics.
> If somebody else also think this is a usefull tool, help with creating more
> examples and documentation would be very much appreciated.
> Overall documentation is not updated yet.
> As always questions, feedback and patches are welcome
> Changes since 2.3.0:
> - Support for CGI.pm 3.43 (included within Perl 5.10.1)
> for file uplaods. CGI.pm < 2.43 is not supported anymore.
> - A lot of enhancements for Embperl::Form
> - Add example for usage of Embperl::Form. See
> eg/forms/README.txt. Can be viewed used using "make start"
> - Increased size limit for errormessage from 1024 to 4096
> - Makefile.PL can now handle compiling 32Bit code on 64Bit
> sytsem if Perl was compiled as 32Bit application
> - Adaption of tests to changed error messages of perl 5.10
> - Makefile.PL can now cope with OpenSuSE 11.2, if perl,
> mod_perl and apache are installed from OpenSuSE packages.
> - Fix make test error for Perl compiled with DEBUGGING on
> - Support for internationalization in Emberl::Form
> - Do not link against unused libz
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