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pcunix

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I'm happy to see the beginnings of a Samepage API in the new library. It's not much yet, but even just that sets my heart a-flutter Smile

Seriously, I'm very excited about the possibilities here. I have so many ideas buzzing around in my head - this is going to be fun.

My only gripe - and it's not even a gripe, really - is your use of PHP. I think in Perl, not PHP and every bit of PHP code I write is a struggle for me. I suppose I'll just have to grind my teeth and try to get used it..

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Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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I like Perl. To be honest, my first API script was written in Perl. Wink

The true is that PHP, in some cases, is much better. Moreover it can be used simply also for CLI scripts and I do have many of them. But of course, it depends on your taste, skills, preferences...

Looking forward to your ideas!

M.

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pcunix

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I'll disagree on the "better" part..

And yes, as CLI is where 99% of my use is likely to be. Moreover, I'll probably use as little as possible just to feed it to Perl scripts Smile


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