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The answer is yes. My actual code is pretty similar to yours.
sub build_redirect { my ($self, $form, $script) = @_; $form ||= {}; + my $q = $self->query; my $uri = URI->new( $script || $q->script_name ); + $uri->query_form(%$form); + return $uri->as_string; } sub redirect { my $self = shift; + $self->header_add( -uri => $self->build_redirect( @_ ) ); + $self->header_type('redirect'); + }

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