Thanks a lot for the example! I had something similar in my code, but I did make another script file with what you gave me and it still didn't run :( Are you using a Unix system? I'm on Windows 2000. I'm wondering if that's why I'm having problems, but then why does CGI.pm work just fine for me?
I could only get CGI::Minimal to finish running if I set CGI::Minimal::max_read_size to no more than 300 bytes, but then the script obviously doesn't read the entire content of the form.
I don't like to give up on anything, but in this case it seems CGI::Minimal just has problems and I'm not sure I want to spend too much of my time on it. Sounds like I need to switch back to CGI.pm
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