Matt S Trout
|| at Feb 14, 2006 at 7:56 pm
On Tue, Feb 14, 2006 at 10:54:56AM -0800, Tim McIntyre wrote:
On Feb 14, 2006, at 5:07 AM, Matt S Trout wrote:
Why bother? Production deployment under FastCGI should work fine
Maybe he wants to use mod_perl.
And "Why bother?", being as it was the sentence construction known in
english as a question, was an invitation to further comment of
would want to use mod_perl, surprisingly enough.
I'm kinda stubborn I guess and have it stuck in my head that it's the
best way to go. Maybe I'll investigate FastCGI a bit more. I do
like having access to the Apache life cycle though... hmm.
I used to, but I've found FastCGI is so much simpler and easier to work
Thanks for all the input but I still don't understand what
specifically is different from 5.8.0 to 5.8.1 that allows Catalyst
to run. If it's just because of one of the bugs in 5.8.0 which one
is it? Is there a new feature between those versions? Was it
determined that 5.8.0 just wasn't worth the trouble so 5.8.1 is
required for no specific reason?
I think it was because various bits of charset handling were badly spannered
in 5.8.0, but I reserve the right to be wrong - I've been running 5.8.4+
only in production for quite some time.
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