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Re: [vox-tech] blobs, php and postgres



On Sat, Aug 25, 2001 at 07:30:15AM -0700, Eric Engelhard wrote:
> Thanks, Henry. I will definitely check it out. I have been using php3
> for the web interface and Perl with the Pg module. Pg is OK for most SQL
> commands, but Perl DBI offers so much more. I just purchased the cheetah
> book and am hooked. I am not sure that I will completely replace php
> with perl cgi, but it is worth a look.

Don't forget about HTML::Mason, which take a little fiddling to install but
can give you a lot of the convenience of PHP using Perl. I've continued to
flesh out my talk from a few months ago; see http://romana.hajhouse.org/linux.

-- 
Henry House
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