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Re^2: CGI::Application with 'main' runmodes and 'sub' runmodes

by Rhandom (Curate)
on Apr 28, 2007 at 20:17 UTC ( #612590=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: CGI::Application with 'main' runmodes and 'sub' runmodes
in thread CGI::Application with 'main' runmodes and 'sub' runmodes

I second the vote for CGI::Prototype. I'd also suggest looking at CGI::Ex::App. It lets you choose if you want some run modes handled by other classes, or handled by locally.

#!/usr/bin/perl package Foo; use strict; use warnings; use base qw(CGI::Ex::App); Foo->new->navigate; exit; sub base_dir_abs { '/var/www/templates' } ### tell the application to ### look for a module to handle each run mode (step) sub allow_morph { 1 } { # This could be in its own file - or # embedded in here is fine # you can get here by going to # /cgi-bin/my_cgi # or /cgi-bin/my_cgi/main # or /cgi-bin/my_cgi?step=main package Foo::Main; sub file_print { return \ <<'HERE'; <h1>Step Main</h1> This is the default run mode. You said [% hello %]. HERE sub hash_swap { return {hello => "I'm main!"}; } } # end of Foo::Main # you get to step2 by calling # /cgi-bin/my_cgi?step=step2 # or # /cgi-bin/my_cgi/step2 # these methods are just sitting the the Foo class sub step2_file_print { return \ <<'HERE'; <h1>I'm in step 2</h1> You said [% hello %]. HERE sub step2_hash_swap { return {hello => 'Hello Step2'}; } # uncomment for a trace of which methods were looked for # sub post_navigate { # use CGI::Ex::Dump qw(debug); # debug shift->dump_history; #}

my @a=qw(random brilliant braindead); print $a[rand(@a)];

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