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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 16303] - mod_cgi works intermittently
Date Tue, 28 Jan 2003 19:15:59 GMT
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mod_cgi works intermittently





------- Additional Comments From info@orangexl.com  2003-01-28 19:15 -------
I'm not sure, but my personal experience is that using /r/n in perl cgi-scripts 
can cause weird problems. But this is just from experience, and does not have a 
theoretical basis. I also never found out why this sometimes causes problems.

However, I believe that the HTTP-specs state that you should use \n\n to 
separate the head from the body.

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