On Wed, 10 Sep 2003, Shuvam Misra wrote:
Cool. Will do about the PDF::Template bit. Regarding
we didn't see any need to look at any modules, because what we needed
was so simple that we built it ourselves with practically zero effort.
That's what everyone says. The advantage with using a standard module
is portability. HTML::Template syntax is supported in Perl, Java,
Python, PHP, Lisp, C++ and Ruby.
The syntax is extremely easy, while also being powerful. Once you start
using mod_perl, you'll notice huge improvements in performance with
Isn't it strange that the same people that laugh at gypsy fortune
tellers take economists seriously?
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