Search results for "module:CGI::SpeedyCGI"

CGI::SpeedyCGI - Speed up perl scripts by running them persistently. River stage zero No dependents

SpeedyCGI is a way to run perl scripts persistently, which can make them run much more quickly. A script can be made to to run persistently by changing the interpreter line at the top of the script from: #!/usr/bin/perl to #!/usr/bin/speedy After the...

HORROCKS/CGI-SpeedyCGI-2.22 - 12 Oct 2003 06:12:31 UTC

CGI::CIPP - Use CIPP embedded HTML Pages in a CGI environment River stage zero No dependents

CGI::CIPP is a Perl module which enables you to use CIPP on every CGI capable webserver. It is based on a central wrapper script, which does all the preprocessing. It executes the generated Perl code directly afterwards. Additionally, it implements a...

JRED/CGI-CIPP-0.07 - 04 Feb 2001 09:33:57 UTC

PApp::CGI - use PApp in a CGI environment River stage zero No dependents

This module can be used to run PApp applications in CGI environments e.g. using CGI::SpeedyCGI or plain CGI. The startup-penalty for PApp is immense (a second or so) and is dominated by compilation time, so while PApp is usable with "pure" CGI in som...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.2 - 17 Feb 2020 11:04:59 UTC

CGI::Cache - Perl extension to help cache output of time-intensive CGI scripts River stage zero No dependents

This module is intended to be used in a CGI script that may benefit from caching its output. Some CGI scripts may take longer to execute because the data needed in order to construct the page may not be quickly computed. Such a script may need to que...

DCOPPIT/CGI-Cache-1.4214 - 13 Jul 2018 00:12:39 UTC

CGI::Widget::Tabs - Create tab widgets in HTML River stage zero No dependents

Introduction CGI::Widget::Tabs lets you simulate tab widgets in HTML. You could benefit from a tab widget if you want to serve only one page. Depending on the tab selected you fetch and display the underlying data. There are three main reasons for ta...

SRSHAH/CGI-Widget-Tabs-1.14 - 09 Nov 2007 18:41:31 UTC
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