Hi Alex,

I have a web application which displays a page by loading an allowed
*.l file.  In that *.l file, I use 'match' with @Z pattern var and
then process and display the result.  The var @Z is set by 'match' to
whatever was matched and displaying the data for the first time works
fine.  However, displaying the data in that app session for the second
time fails with "bad suffix" error as the var @Z in '_htSet' was
rebound by my call to 'match'.  It looks like there is some unwanted
interaction between my application code and lib/http.l code, some vars
from lib/http.l seem to be "leaking" to the user code.  Is that
desirable?  Should not those variables be uninterned, e.g. "@Z"?


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