Re: Replacement for CGI.pm

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by George Mpouras, Oct 23, 2013.

  1. Στις 22/10/2013 16:51, ο/η Bernie Cosell έγÏαψε:
    > CGI.pm is very old and I gather that its use is deprecated. Is there a
    > better/newer package for handling the CGI interface between Perl and the
    > web server? We use it both ways: to parse the incoming variables [and
    > cookies] and to generate the outgoing HTML. Our needs are pretty simple:
    > just those two functions. It seems to work, and we really haven't had any
    > trouble, but see more and more reports that one should *never* use
    > CGI.pm... And so : if not, what to use instead? THANKS!!
    >
    > /Bernie\
    >







    Maybe for you if you think so.
    I can do everything with CGI, faster that you can do with these fancy
    modules.
    George Mpouras, Oct 23, 2013
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