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Hi,

Thank you for your reply.
Otherwise you could use the session for the long expiry, and then
simply reuse some of the session code, that I can refactor for you,
to create a session ID, etc, but actually store the data in your own
store that doesn't really care about expiring.
OK. I can use this solution in the meantime.

But I think it is better, if I could use some namespaces to handle
multiple sessions in one application. I will appreciate you, if you
think about it when you release next version of C::P::Session.

Anyway, thank you for your advice.

Regards.

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