RE: [PBML] Dilemma
- Thanks Jenda,
When I said PERL, I meant Perl - the language off course. I like to write it
The entire collection of scripts is about 100 kilobytes.
But I intend to make the future script more complex, with more features and
I think the full application will go to near 300 kilobytes.
This is why I had this dilemma.
From: Jenda Krynicky [mailto:Jenda@...]
Sent: 5 decembrie 2003 15:08
Subject: Re: [PBML] Dilemma
From: "Cristi Ocolisan" <cristi@...>
> As I (think of myself) advanced from my status of a totally beginnerFirst, there is no such thing as PERL! It's either Perl (the
> in PERL, I try to redevelop one of my applications.
language) or perl (the interpreter).
> It is a memberI
> management (with member approvals and a lot of statistics about every
> user). It uses a CSV file.
> The entire application is made at the time when I was learning PERL
> and it is a collection of many scripts. So, now I intend to rebuild
> this application by making it a single file.
> How do you think is best to do this?
> 1. Using one CGI script and some modules where I put my subroutines.
> guess this can be easier with the server resources.should be too large.
> 2. Using a single
> CGI script where I put everything.
>From these two options definitely the first one. No source file
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