David.Bear at asu.edu
Mon Jun 5 20:11:56 EDT 2006
I've been looking at ways to get a full url into my script and all the methods I see on the req object seem lacking in making this simple. in the example on the web site there is a publisher script that has this: def _base_url(req, ssl=0): ''' see psp_site example for this function ''' host = req.headers_in.get('host', req.server.server_hostname) if not ':' in host: port = req.connection.local_addr if port != 80 and not ssl: host = "%s:%d" % (host, req.connection.local_addr) if ssl: base = 'https://' + host + req.uri else: base = 'http://' + host + req.uri return os.path.split(base) this seems really clunky -- and it is using some attributes on the req object that don't seem to be documented on the web site. I suppose the easy way to test where a request was made over ssl/tls is ?? seems it set in the funtion call. Is req.connection.local_addr the port number? I can't seem to find this documented on the modpython site. -- David Bear phone: 480-965-8257 fax: 480-965-9189 College of Public Programs/ASU Wilson Hall 232 Tempe, AZ 85287-0803 "Beware the IP portfolio, everyone will be suspect of trespassing"