cherrypy.thread_data cleared on Request.close()

Anonymous avatarAnonymous created an issue

The thread_data structure is no longer a per thread storage space, and is instead a per connection store, which is a misnomer at least.

I will attach a patch to revert this change introduced in r1013. cherrypy.serving.dict.clear() is also called, but I'm not sure if that breaks anything.

Reported by jtate@rpath.com

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