>>>>> "Jim" == Jim Brandt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Jim> And for what it's worth, CGI::Prototype::Hidden adds some nice
Jim> features, so you may consider checking that out.

Yeah, I should probably make it clearer that CGI::Prototype starts
a bit too close to the metal.  CGI::Prototype::Hidden (and the upcoming
"when I get a few more tuits" CGI::Prototype::Pathinfo) are a much
better starting framework for a "real" app.

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