nlv11281 at natlab.research.philips.com
Mon Aug 14 09:24:04 EDT 2006
>>>Really that is the only difference. Which is why both cgi.FieldStorage >>>and util.FieldStorage should allow PUT as well as POST. >> >>Your patch will also break any existing code that uses PUT to upload files to the server in any >>form. By assuming that the body contains form data, the FieldStorage object will consume the body >>and it is lost for the request. > > Will it? > util.FieldStorage tests the content type before doing anything. You never know what a client might provide as content-type. > Also, why would you use util.FieldStorage to retrieve a submitted > file? Surely you'd just read it? One might want to allow something like: http://my.server/upload/filename?access=755&sendmail=true and use a fieldstorage to parse the URL. Mike.