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    Poll: Re: jQuery, MooTools or YahooUI?

    I like jQuery as well.
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    Re: SQL injection security

    Yes, the attacker could modify the value of the form and inject his own SQL into it. Use stored procs or parametrize your SQL statements.
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    Re: Stuck with Java, please help! [-o

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    Re: Python on ide on ubuntu

    Eclipse + PyDev plugin is a nice setup.

    http://pydev.sourceforge.net/features.html
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    Re: C# guys, show us your sugar!

    Someone already brought up delegates. But here is another example.



    private delegate void Test(string output);

    private void UseDelegate()
    {
    Test t = new Test(TheTest);
    t("Testing...
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    Re: Web server performance

    That quote was talking about a limitation in apache's proxy engine and has nothing to do with mongrel. If they are saying you can increase it to 1000 and run two mongrels, that means the mongrel...
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    Re: Web server performance

    Thanks.

    Also to the OP. The basic way to setup rails is to run the app via mongrel.

    http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/

    Their site will walk you through setting up a reverse proxy in apache....
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    Re: Web server performance

    OP stated he was going to run apache and RoR. Though he could run anything in front of mongrel.

    I wrote my employers site in RoR - www.mission3
    We are a .NET shop but we are open to other...
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    Re: Web server performance

    I wouldn't rule out FreeBSD either.
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    Re: perl, mod_perl problems

    Here is my mason configuration in my vhost.


    PerlModule HTML::Mason::ApacheHandler

    <LocationMatch "(\.html|\.txt|\.pl)$">
    SetHandler perl-script
    PerlHandler...
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    Re: perl, mod_perl problems

    I know apache on windows has a command line program that checks the configuration and reports back any problems.

    Have you tried Alias instead of ScriptAlias?

    Alias /perl /var/www/perl/
    ...
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    Yes, but rails didn't invent MVC. :P
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    Re: perl, mod_perl problems

    I usually deploy using a vhost.

    Shouldn't

    ScriptAlias /perl var/www/perl/

    be

    ScriptAlias /perl /var/www/perl/
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    Re: perl, mod_perl problems

    Your configuration looks fine. I do the same thing except I use vhost. Is the perl location accessible? Try commenting out the files node and drop a html file in there and try to access it.
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    Re: Coding submission/managment tools

    Check out Trac. http://trac.edgewall.org/
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    Web Frameworks
    http://csharp-source.net/open-source/web-frameworks

    ORM libraries
    http://csharp-source.net/open-source/persistence

    Microsoft released their own MVC pattern framework on top of...
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    A lot of you are forgetting there are *other* frameworks out there for .NET. However, we aren't forced to make the choice from the beginning if we don't want to.
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    Clearly it's because their customers have been forced to using their products and there are no other competing frameworks out there for anyone to consider.
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    What?
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    For example, with a feature rich IDE you can right click a function call, and jump to the definition or find all usages of it. This alone is a huge time saver in large projects. Also the IDE is...
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    This is 100 percent false. I have used Eclipse(For C, Python, Perl, and Ruby) and VS (version 6, 2003, 2005, and 2008). You obviously haven't used an IDE outside of VS, so don't make ignorant remarks...
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    cake > pie

    If you like pie more, you are WRONG.
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    Re: Python - Current Directory

    sys.path[0] will give you the current directory.

    Example:
    log = os.path.join(sys.path[0], "dev.log")
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    I believe you ;)

    You don't think EJB's are hard, and I don't think remoting is hard! EJB has come a long way since I last looked at it, that is for sure.
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    Re: J2EE vs .Net

    How exactly is remoting a pain?



    public class UserManager : MarshalByRefObject

    // UserManager code


    Serve it up in IIS with only a web.config addition:
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