[Catalyst] Accessing a Controller from ~/script

2009-02-19 Thread Dermot
Hi, I have an import script, MyApp/script/import.pl. I have found myself replicating about 40% of it's code into a Controller. Is there some way I can unify things and access subroutines from my controller in my import.pl or the vice versa? Thanx, Dp.

Re: [Catalyst] Accessing a Controller from ~/script

2009-02-19 Thread Kieren Diment
On 19/02/2009, at 9:31 PM, Dermot wrote: Hi, I have an import script, MyApp/script/import.pl. I have found myself replicating about 40% of it's code into a Controller. Is there some way I can unify things and access subroutines from my controller in my import.pl or the vice versa? Yes, been

Re: [Catalyst] Accessing a Controller from ~/script

2009-02-19 Thread Dermot
2009/2/19 Kieren Diment dim...@gmail.com: On 19/02/2009, at 9:31 PM, Dermot wrote: Hi, I have an import script, MyApp/script/import.pl. I have found myself replicating about 40% of it's code into a Controller. Is there some way I can unify things and access subroutines from my controller

Re: [Catalyst] Accessing a Controller from ~/script

2009-02-19 Thread Kieren Diment
On 19/02/2009, at 9:52 PM, Dermot wrote: 2009/2/19 Kieren Diment dim...@gmail.com: On 19/02/2009, at 9:31 PM, Dermot wrote: Hi, I have an import script, MyApp/script/import.pl. I have found myself replicating about 40% of it's code into a Controller. Is there some way I can unify things

Re: [Catalyst] Where am I? ;-)

2009-02-19 Thread Peter Karman
Jens Schwarz wrote on 02/19/2009 12:13 AM: Hi, with this somewhat philosophic question, I want to know, how a Controller knows, which of its action is currently active (p.ex. displayed to the user). http://search.cpan.org/~mramberg/Catalyst-Runtime-5.71000/lib/Catalyst.pm#$c-action And a

RE: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Matt Pitts
-Original Message- From: Octavian Rasnita [mailto:orasn...@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 7:56 AM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development From: Ali M. tclwarr...@gmail.com When Catalyst is not chosen I

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Cosimo Streppone
In data 19 februar 2009 alle ore 16:12:36, Matt Pitts mpi...@a3its.com ha scritto: I think that the success of other languages, especially Python is also due to the fact that they support better Windows than Perl. [...] Sad to say, but I completely agree with this. It's quite ironic how the

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Octavian Râsnita
From: Matt Pitts mpi...@a3its.com -Original Message- From: Octavian Rasnita [mailto:orasn...@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 7:56 AM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development From: Ali M. tclwarr...@gmail.com

[Catalyst] Re: RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Aristotle Pagaltzis
* Dermot paik...@googlemail.com [2009-02-19 16:15]: Ohh that's painful to hear. Is the venerable Mr Wall still there? That's going to hurt Perl. Eh? Larry has been off the O’Reilly payroll in a very long time. Regards, -- Aristotle Pagaltzis // http://plasmasturm.org/

RE: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Matt Pitts
-Original Message- From: Cosimo Streppone [mailto:cos...@streppone.it] Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 10:30 AM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development In data 19 februar 2009 alle ore 16:12:36, Matt Pitts

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Stuart Watt
Cosimo Streppone wrote: It's _not_ that hard. Perl has been good in the Windows world for long. Strawberry has improved this a great deal. Actually, our experience has been pretty horrendous. The problem for us has not been Perl but deploying Catalyst apps under Windows. We've used IIS and

RE: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi

2009-02-19 Thread Matt Pitts
-Original Message- From: Ian Docherty [mailto:catal...@iandocherty.com] Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 9:51 AM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi Hi The 'Authorization' header is not being passed to my Catalyst application.

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Octavian Râsnita
From: Stuart Watt On Windows, for the most part, Perl is the easy bit. Getting it to talk to some parts of Windows is a bit harder. Getting it to run to a production standard with Microsoft technology is almost unbelievably complex. It would probably be much easier with Cygwin, Apache,

RE: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi

2009-02-19 Thread Matt Pitts
-Original Message- From: Matt Pitts [mailto:mpi...@a3its.com] Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 11:50 AM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: RE: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi -Original Message- From: Ian Docherty [mailto:catal...@iandocherty.com]

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Andrew Rodland
On Thursday 19 February 2009 09:12:36 am Matt Pitts wrote: In today's world of software that is cross-platform and OS agnostic at its core, Perl 5 is showing its age. Still love it though. This isn't as much a Perl problem as it seems to be -- it's the rule all around that writing code that

RFC local::lib + CPAN shell support in CatalystX::Starter (was: Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development)

2009-02-19 Thread Matt Pitts
All this talk about Perl/Catalyst/CPAN pains, has got me thinking... Anybody like the idea of having a local::lib bootstrap option to CatalystX::Starter and possible integration of a script that would launch a CPAN shell for installing into the local::lib folder? Or, maybe a separate module

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: New to Catalyst questions

2009-02-19 Thread Rodrigo
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 11:02 PM, Devin Austin devin.aus...@gmail.comwrote: Rodrigo, If you have any, you're more than welcome to ask for SVN permissions to check in some. I know i have a few example apps I'd like to show off in /examples Sure! Where can I request svn permissions?

RE: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Matt Pitts
-Original Message- From: Andrew Rodland [mailto:arodl...@comcast.net] Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 1:12 PM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development On Thursday 19 February 2009 09:12:36 am Matt Pitts wrote: In

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Kirby Krueger
Maybe perl6 will provide that common denominator without sacrificing the low-level goodies. I've followed the perl6 development some, and the approach is a little different. Unlike now, there's not going to be a 'blessed' set of source code that is a particular perl version. Instead,

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Stuart Watt
A feeling of deja vu has grown. I used to be a Lisp developer, and remember a conference presentation by Richard Gabriel about the difference between languages emphasizing internal correctness and consistency, compared to those emphasizing something that works and integrates well. Since then,

Re: [Catalyst] Accessing a Controller from ~/script

2009-02-19 Thread Kieren Diment
On 19/02/2009, at 11:58 PM, Dermot wrote: 2009/2/19 Kieren Diment kie...@diment.org: On 19/02/2009, at 9:52 PM, Dermot wrote: 2009/2/19 Kieren Diment dim...@gmail.com: yapp/MyStandaloneModel.pm) that you can use the bulk of the code in the arg MyApp/lib/MyStandaloneModel.pm

Re: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi

2009-02-19 Thread Ian Docherty
Matt Pitts wrote: -Original Message- From: Ian Docherty [mailto:catal...@iandocherty.com] Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 9:51 AM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi Hi The 'Authorization' header is not being passed to my Catalyst

Re: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi

2009-02-19 Thread Mark Trostler
are you looking in $c-engine-env? Mark Ian Docherty wrote: Matt Pitts wrote: -Original Message- From: Ian Docherty [mailto:catal...@iandocherty.com] Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 9:51 AM To: The elegant MVC web framework Subject: [Catalyst] Authorization header and fastcgi

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: New to Catalyst questions

2009-02-19 Thread Trevor Phillips
On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 4:41 AM, Rodrigo rodrigol...@gmail.com wrote: Actually, I'd like to work also on a sassier getting-started page for the dev.catalystframework.org/wiki site. IMO, the Catalyst Wiki could get a makeover: some css styling (so that the wiki is aligned with the homepage),

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Dan Dascalescu
On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 12:07 PM, Matt Pitts mpi...@a3its.com wrote: Anyway, this is a long story, I'll stop ranting. My point was just that there is no easy way to just run the Cat app in Windows. I understand the idea of developing a Catalyst app on Windows and running it on a *nix web

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development

2009-02-19 Thread Kieren Diment
On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 2:38 PM, Dan Dascalescu ddascalescu+catal...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 12:07 PM, Matt Pitts mpi...@a3its.com wrote: Anyway, this is a long story, I'll stop ranting. My point was just that there is no easy way to just run the Cat app in Windows. I

Re: [Catalyst] RFC: New to Catalyst questions

2009-02-19 Thread Dan Dascalescu
Regarding wiki questions: The Catalyst wiki runs on MojoMojo (http://mojomojo.org), a project led by Marcus Ramberg. I tend to do a bit of coding too, and more advocacy and managing ideas. We've set up a feedback board for MojoMojo at http://mojomojo.ideascale.com/. To join the MojoMojo team,