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Thank you. I've read good things about Dancer as well. From your experience, Would you say that Mojolicious is the best framework for FCGI?

As an aside, I am not necessary a new programmer, just rusty. I developed PHP years ago, then moved into other areas of tech. Outside of a little bit of python, lua, and javascript, I've done very little programming for nearly 8 years. I recently had project that Perl was the perfect fit, and I became hooked. I never realised the vastness of cpan and 'usefulliness' of Perl, so its made diving back into programming fun again. This particular board has been useful for when I am stuck, and when I am very stuck, the responses have been very quick!

In reply to Re^6: Perl FCGI Error: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server by knox
in thread Perl FCGI Error: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server by knox

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