It sounds like the name of HTTP is more appropriate: HTTP::Request ...uri, pathinfo, params, method, headers, etc.
HTTP::Request::Session ...adds to HTTP::Request to provide session() method HTTP::Response ...response code, content, headers, etc. HTTP::Response::JSON ...extends response.write() to encode JSON Maybe CGI.pm could adapt these to the CGI environment and ecapsulate their functionality. Maybe it's too servlety. On 9/17/06, Juerd <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Mark Stosberg skribis 2006-09-16 22:04 (-0500): > As far as I'm aware, no work on CGI::Session for Perl 6 has started yet. I'm happy about that, because this module must not have "CGI" in its name. -- korajn salutojn, juerd waalboer: perl hacker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> <http://juerd.nl/sig> convolution: ict solutions and consultancy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-- Ian Langworth