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That's right, I don't.

Looking at the source, it looks like that happens in Catalyst::Engine::prepare_uploads

sub prepare_uploads { my ( $self, $c ) = @_; my $request = $c->request; return unless $request->_body; my $uploads = $request->_body->upload; my $parameters = $request->parameters; foreach my $name (keys %$uploads) { my $files = $uploads->{$name}; my @uploads; for my $upload (ref $files eq 'ARRAY' ? @$files : ($files)) { my $headers = HTTP::Headers->new( %{ $upload->{headers} } +); my $u = Catalyst::Request::Upload->new ( size => $upload->{size}, type => $headers->content_type, headers => $headers, tempname => $upload->{tempname}, filename => $upload->{filename}, ); push @uploads, $u; } $request->uploads->{$name} = @uploads > 1 ? \@uploads : $uploa +ds[0]; # support access to the filename as a normal param my @filenames = map { $_->{filename} } @uploads; # append, if there's already params with this name if (exists $parameters->{$name}) { if (ref $parameters->{$name} eq 'ARRAY') { push @{ $parameters->{$name} }, @filenames; } else { $parameters->{$name} = [ $parameters->{$name}, @filena +mes ]; } } else { $parameters->{$name} = @filenames > 1 ? \@filenames : $fil +enames[0]; } } }

In reply to Re^4: Catalyst::Request::Upload inside-out-object weirdness by andye
in thread Catalyst::Request::Upload inside-out-object weirdness by andye

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