> Am I missing the point or dosen't
> mod_perl already do this.
yes. the point is that, believe it or not, not everyone is running apache.
SpeedyCGI runs outside the web-server, not inside, so
it can't harm the web-server. It also works on any webserver that supports CGI - not just apache. It's a little more compatible with CGI than mod_perl (you get real stdio
files for example). Also, speedycgi can be installed by anyone - it doesn't require administrator access to the webserver.
Am I missing the point or dosen't mod_perl already do this.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.