[mod_python] Cookies

Chris Hagner CHagner at fool.com
Fri Jul 27 08:45:16 EST 2001


I would recommend that you instead go with the actual Cookie.py file that
has made it into the main Python distribution.  I started using it before it
was included (since it was a part of WebWare's libs) and was pleasantly
surprised when I found a Cookie.py in the 2.0 distro.  I was even more
surprised when I saw that the file was identical to the one that I had been
using. :)  Good karma I guess.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bo Lorentsen [mailto:bl at netgroup.dk]
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2001 8:35 AM
To: Chris Hagner
Cc: mod_python at modpython.org
Subject: Re: [mod_python] Cookies

Chris Hagner wrote:

> Fortunately, the Cookie module was actually developed completely
> of the main Python distribution.  Thus, you should be able to find a copy
> Cookie.py and simply use that with Python 1.5.2.  This is what WebWare
> (or used to... not sure if they nixed their Cookie.py when it became a
> standard Python module).  It's a pretty straight-forward module, so I
> wouldn't be shocked if Cookie.py from a 2.0 distro works in 1.5.2.

Look what I found ! Hope others may have good use of this too.


Thanks for the advise, I think I just will include this in my code, and be
careful to search python.org before writing another parser :-)


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