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local %ENV doesn't remove the magic attached to %ENV, so changes to %ENV still affect every thread, so the race condition remains.

THREAD 1 THREAD 2 ---------------------------------- ------------------------------ +---- { T local %ENV; i -> Process's R_M remains undef m $ENV{REQUEST_METHOD} = 'GET'; e -> Process's R_M becomes GET | | { | local %ENV; v -> Process's R_M becomes undef $ENV{REQUEST_METHOD} = 'PUT'; -> Process's R_M becomes PUT print($ENV{REQUEST_METHOD}); -> Prints process's R_M (PUT) } -> Process's R_M restored to undef print($ENV{REQUEST_METHOD}); -> Prints process's R_M (undef +) } -> Process's R_M restored to u +ndef

That's why I suggested local *ENV instead. Then modifying %ENV doesn't change the processes environment.

Update: Added illustration of two race conditions.

In reply to Re^2: Populate CGI from HTTP::Request wo/ using %ENV ? by ikegami
in thread Populate CGI from HTTP::Request wo/ using %ENV ? by renodino

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