I'm running Catalyst via the scripts\myapp_server.pl script. I have
never configured it to run under a web server, and perhaps that's the
answer to my question.

The issue is that when I call $c->log(), it doesn't output anything
until the "URL call" completes. This makes it difficult to watch a
long-running process, because I don't see anything until it's done, and
I don't know if it's hung up on something because I can't see the log

Has anyone else experienced this, and found a useful workaround or fix?
Like I said, if I have to run it under Apache or IIS in order for this
to work, I'll do so.


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