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Perl vs Servlets

Perl vs Servlets

Perl vs Servlets

(OP)
Hai!

     I love perl.But recent times some of my collegues insisting me to switch to servelts.

Thier main argument is

 In perl for every request its starts as a whole new process and occupies a lot of resources.

but in servelt its  not.

Can any one explain about this.

Thanks

Is this is taken care in next release of perl 6.

RE: Perl vs Servlets

(OP)
servelt   I mean java servlets.

Iam not sure whether mod perl will solve this

My question in short Whether Java Servlets will replace CGI-Perl.

RE: Perl vs Servlets

I made myself the same question and after exautive and bad experiences installing mod_perl, I decided  to use perl2exe that compiles Perl and all required modules and includes in just one executable file. That solved my speed problem.

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