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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   Perl and CGI.pm
Date:   2001-12-08 07:00:46
From:   morbus
Response to: Perl and CGI.pm

Kenyatta, we talk about php in a future article, yes. But what would you want to know specifically about Perl?
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  • Perl and CGI.pm
    2001-12-12 09:58:55  kenyatta [View]

    Specifically for Perl? Basically how to configure it for Apache, including the popular Perl module CGI.pm.

    I found to useful tutorials for building and configuring PHP/MySQL for Apache on Mac OS X on hotwired.com and www.stepwise.com or (www.darwinos.com).

    I've noticed that some books are being release targeting web serving using the Unix underpinnings of Mac OSX.

    Thanks in advance for any information
  • Perl and CGI.pm
    2001-12-10 14:07:08  cochella [View]

    I would like to see info on using CPAN to install CGI.pm, libnet.pm, and DBI/DBD.

    I have tried to do this and gotten stuck because the OSX Perl install is "non-standard" according to the CPAN module.

    Also, with respect to PHP it would be nice to see some info on compiling PHP with different options (MySQL, PDF, XML, DOM,...) for different user/virtual host directories.

    I hope this helps guide the future.

    Good article! Clear, concise and it works. Many articles do not workout.