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Viktor Nacht
2018-11-01 22:33:27 UTC
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Has anyone used this project in a larger project? It fits my philosophy
perfectly, but I'm concerned it hasn't been updated recently. It definitely
fills a niche for maximum freedom of route management. - V
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Stefan Adams
2018-11-02 14:19:35 UTC
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I have (tho large is very relative :). I think the biggest specific concern
is that it may break with deprecations in Mojolicious.

I'd suggest reaching out to the author to see if they are still able to
maintain it if you submit a bug report or PR, or if they would be willing
to transfer it to you. Alternatively, you could fork it.
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Has anyone used this project in a larger project? It fits my philosophy
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Viktor Nacht
2018-11-08 01:30:23 UTC
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Oh wow, thank you. That’s very helpful advice. At a minimum I’ll avoid, but it is pretty simple but also very powerful plug-in.

Thanks! - V
I have (tho large is very relative :). I think the biggest specific concern is that it may break with deprecations in Mojolicious.
I'd suggest reaching out to the author to see if they are still able to maintain it if you submit a bug report or PR, or if they would be willing to transfer it to you. Alternatively, you could fork it.
Has anyone used this project in a larger project? It fits my philosophy perfectly, but I'm concerned it hasn't been updated recently. It definitely fills a niche for maximum freedom of route management. - V
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