Content Management was: [thelist] PHP v Perl

martin.p.burns at martin.p.burns at
Thu Aug 9 10:54:38 CDT 2001

Memo from Martin P Burns of PricewaterhouseCoopers

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fwiw, Interwoven Teamsite is largely Perl.

The standard view is that a CMS is an application which has
content assets as its data - an argument for strict encapsulation
if ever I heard one.


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I've written a web based content management system in Perl, using HTML
templates, data files, packages etc... Can't imagine doing it any other
way; but am very open to suggestions. {:-)

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