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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about CGI Programming
Section - 4.1 Are there some interactive debugging tools and services available?

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(1) Several CGI programming libraries offer powerful interactive
    debugging facilities.   These include:

	- for Perl, Lincoln Stein's CGI.pm
	(now part of the standard Perl distribution)

	- for Tcl, Don Libes' cgi.tcl
	http://expect.nist.gov/cgi.tcl

	- for C++, Nick Kew's CGI++
	http://www.webthing.com/cgiplusplus/

(2) Nathan Neulinger's cgiwrap is another package with debugging aids.
http://www.umr.edu/~cgiwrap/

(3) The "mod_cgi" Apache module (new with Apache 1.2) enables you to
capture script output and errors for diagnosis.

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