[rt-users] mod_perl vs cgi in mason

darren chamberlain darren at boston.com
Thu Jan 30 15:30:45 EST 2003

* James O'Kane <jo2y at midnightlinux.com> [2003-01-30 15:18]:
> As best I can tell, POST arguments are not being parsed either at all
> or correctly, so variables in <%args> blocks are being set to their
> defaults.  I'm not sure which module is handling that part. I thought
> it was HTML::Mason, but I've downgraded that to version 1.15.  Does
> anyone have any advice?

You need to modify CGI.pm; search for "Some people want to have their
cake and eat it too!" in `perldoc -m CGI`

> I've seen similar posts from people who couldn't login or create a
> ticket, but I've never seen a solution posted. 

There have been replies to a few of them with exactly the above advice,
though they're not as common as the questions.


The kind of thinking we do sets the stage for the action we are likely
to take. Because of this, a man who refuses to develop his thinking is
likely to act on the impressions made upon him by others.
    -- Dr.  Claude R. Baker

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