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Id: 9488
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Queue: HTTP-Server-Simple

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Severity: Important
Broken in: 0.00_01
Fixed in: (no value)



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Jesse, These lines in HTTP::Server::Simple cause environment variables to grow with each request processed. I'm not sure what purpose the concatenation is supposed to server. if ( $ENV{$tag} ) { $ENV{$tag} .= "; $val"; } -Todd
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> These lines in HTTP::Server::Simple cause environment variables to grow with each request processed. I'm not sure what purpose the concatenation is supposed to server.
Among other things, building up cookie variables from headers. But as of tonight's release, the env gets cleaned on each http hit so this shouldn't be an issue.


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