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Looks really good. I really like the interface.

I'm curious though, CGI->upload() returns a filehandle, so does CGI->param() for that matter. I am wondering why in _handle_file() you read from this filehandle and write to a new tempfile so you can provide your own filehandle. Wouldn't it be easier to use the filehandle the provides?

One more thing, if you do need the new filhandle do you need to binmode() it for compatability?

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in thread CGI::Upload - CGI class for handling browser file uploads by rob_au

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