Thanks for the link - As it is, I'm not overly interested in uploading this code to CPAN
given its very alpha state. One thing though that did make me shudder looking at that other code was the hand-rolled flat-text file session storage with no locking or concurrency considerations - I was aware of some of the issues involved in such an engine and opted for Apache::Session
and the multiple backends that it offers instead (effectively side-stepping the issue to a great extent within my own code).
As it is, I am working on integrating this session control into a more flexible framework that allows for pre- and post- processing of control in addition to some of the features already offered by other session and state CGI frameworks.
perl -e 'firstname.lastname@example.org&&&split/[@.]/&&s&.com.&_&&&print'
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