[lug] . . . Active Server Pages
chip at rmpg.org
Tue Sep 24 11:46:25 MDT 2002
Ummm... AFAIK, perl != asp. Apache::ASP uses ASP style tags and is
ASP/PHP like in its approach, though I would be more than surprised if it
was the same as ASP for the programming part.
On Tue, 24 Sep 2002, Paul Bille wrote:
> > " . . . Apache::ASP, a templating system that works under mod-perl."
> > "Chilisoft ASP server for Linux, Solaris, and WinNT/2K . . . recently
> purchased by Sun:"
> OK it looks like there are a few ways to run ASP on LINUX. Next
> Why would you?
> You can use your language of choice for cgi-bin, C, C++, perl, scripts,
> bat, basic . . . Why use something that requires you to program in a
> specific language? And above all, why support MS's strangle hold on the
> developer community?
> I guess if Sun is covering Active Server Pages, I should also.
> Thanks for the tips,
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