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Re: The Perl Regex Tester

by Anonymous Monk
on Apr 18, 2013 at 09:58 UTC ( #1029306=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to The Perl Regex Tester

Hello David, Thanks a lot, but you definitely should make sure the "Freeing REx:" part in the debug window is returning only individual session values. I can see someone else data : "Freeing REx: "(?:/^(?=.*\bhttp\:\/\/es\.kvk\.nl\/KVK-DataserviceCT\/2012\/"... while the regex I run is \p{Han}{1}|\p{Katakana}{1}|\p{Hiragana}{1} Often harmless issue, but who knows what your otherwise great Regex Tester can be used for? Cheers!
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Re^2: The Perl Regex Tester
by davido (Archbishop) on Apr 18, 2013 at 15:25 UTC

    I'm not seeing it. Is it possible you're using a computer that already has a session cookie from someone else accessing the same site? Mojolicious is pretty good about not leaking, and no data is actually stored anywhere on the server.

    Unfortunately I've learned that dotCloud will be abandoning their "sandboxes are free" policy. I don't think there's any viable business model there, so it might disappear when they pull the plug on sandbox apps. ...or I could move it to heroku, but then spreading the word on the change is difficult.


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