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Id: 24601
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Queue: CGI-Session

Owner: MARKSTOS [...]
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Subject: missed $sth->finish bugfix patch
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Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2007 22:29:47 +0600
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Hello RT, I am using mysql_use_result instead of mysql_store_result in the perl bindings to the libmysqlclient, so I can't use CGI::Session, because it doesn't properly clears result buffers. I've attached very small patch which is solves that bug. Thanks for you attention and for the great CGI::Session ;) -- Best regards, Denis
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Ron Savage reported this is fixed in our code repo.

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