[issue4953] cgi module cannot handle POST with multipart/form-data in 3.0
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Thu Jan 6 09:52:20 CET 2011
Etienne Robillard <erob at gthcfoundation.org> added the comment:
On 05/01/11 09:12 PM, Glenn Linderman wrote:
> Glenn Linderman <v+python at g.nevcal.com> added the comment:
> Pierre said:
> In all cases the interpreter must be launched with the -u option. As stated in the documentation, the effect of this option is to "force the binary layer of the stdin, stdout and stderr streams (which is available as their buffer attribute) to be unbuffered. The text I/O layer will still be line-buffered.". On my PC (Windows XP) this is required to be able to read all the data stream ; otherwise, only the beginning is read. I tried Glenn's suggestion with mscvrt, with no effect
> I say:
> If you start the interpreter with -u, then my mscvrt has no effect. Without it, there is an effect. Read on...
> Antoine said:
> Could you open a separate bug with a simple piece of code to reproduce
> the issue (preferably without launching an HTTP server :))?
> I say:
> issue 10841
Thats a quite annoying response. whats the purposes of a "option" switch
if it becomes
mandatory ? Are you refering to Windows only users ?
I would prefer a way to programmatically allow FieldStorage to use
if available, to select a matching encoding...
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