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Honestly if you're interested in frameworks, then you should really look at what's happening in the CGI::Application world at this time. It has a new plugin/callback system and if you look at CPAN you'll see lots of new plugins including one for session integration.

And if those aren't enough for you, there is a soon to be arriving CGI::Application::Framework. And if that still isn't enough for you, I'd look at Catalyst.

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