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Re^10: Shortest/quickest way for Perl to take POST data it receives and send a POST request with this data to another URL?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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FTR, my code is a few lines shorter than the LWP example zentara gave, does more (meaning it's more verbose than necessary), and doesn't use the problematic CGI->Vars which joins multi-values with null bits which aren't considered/handled in the example.
Personally, I wouldn't be looking to use CGI or PSGI.
Installing and invoking either behemoth to decode headers and post data, only to then exactly re-encode them for the forwarded request seems a futile exercise, when you can easily arrange for most serious webservers to re-write or re-direct the url without need for any code. And the very definition of technical debt.
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