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Re^5: In CGI::Application cgiapp_prerun vs. cgiapp_init? (no reuse no run run )

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 08, 2013 at 21:04 UTC ( #1052921=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: In CGI::Application cgiapp_prerun vs. cgiapp_init?
in thread In CGI::Application cgiapp_prerun vs. cgiapp_init?

Well, apparently, (I guesstimate) since (some time around) CGI::Application 3.x it is no longer recommended to reuse CGI::Application objects, no longer recommended to call run repeatedly, as Bug #72909 for CGI-Application: persistence issues says CGI::Application is designed to have a new object created on each request. which is an assumption various ::Plugins and extensions make, so its best to play along and not reuse an object and not ->run ->run ->run

You probably discovered this on your own :)

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