It sounds like the name of HTTP is more appropriate:

     ...uri, pathinfo, params, method, headers, etc.

     ...adds to HTTP::Request to provide session() method

     ...response code, content, headers, etc.

     ...extends response.write() to encode JSON

Maybe 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
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