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A: As it says in the readme of the download, the NO-CD patch is compatible with older versions of the game, so maybe there is an older version of your game. Try checking the version number of the disc you are trying to install. Q: Storing data temporarily between pages - Python/Flask I want to store some data between sessions in a Flask web app. How can I achieve this? I'm looking for something like data that can be written to the database, but only until the next request. It is necessary that the data is available in the next request - it may be used by several other views, and therefore, something like a session variable would not be sufficient. A: The answer to your question is a local SQLite db. You could store it in your app's temp directory, in a file for example: db = sqlite3.connect("/path/to/sqlite_file") c = db.cursor() c.execute("create table foo (id integer primary key, value integer)") c.execute("insert into foo (value) values (?)", [10]) c.execute("commit") db.commit() db.close() You'd then use a temporary page to call it: @app.route('/your_route') def your_route(): db_file = os.path.join(app.config['TEMP_DIR'], 'foo.db') with open(db_file, 'r') as fp: sqlite_db = fp.read() db = sqlite3.connect(sqlite_db) c = db.cursor() c.execute("select id from foo where id =?", [10]) return dict(id=c.fetchone()['id']) You'd then use the returned dict in your template, for example: var id = {{ id }} alert(id) On your second page you would load the temporary page, get the temporary page's ID, and then use the temporary page's data to call your view function (that needed the data)









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