[Dancer-users] case insensitive param keys

Alexis Sukrieh sukria at sukria.net
Thu Oct 7 10:29:58 CEST 2010

Le 07/10/2010 10:22, sawyer x a écrit :

> I suggest first having the code to implement it, then deciding on a
> name. If the code is succinct enough, there's a chance to get it in core
> and not as a plugin. Generally, I would suggest integrating it if it's
> implemented cleanly.

To me, it's not a question of how succint and clean the code is. It's 
about the fact that Dancer is supposed to be a minimalist framework, 
that provides the obvious and nothing more.

Plugins have been made to workaround the lack of feature of the core, 
and I think this is why so many people like Dancer; it stays out of the way.

If we start implementing _in the core_ all this kinds of details, we're 
taking a path where we don't want to go, trust me.

Even the core "ajax" keyword has been migrated to a plugin recently, for 
that very same reason.

I really think this normalization stuff (which relies a lot on the 
developer's preferences and the direction of the wind) belongs to 


Alexis Sukrieh

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