On Tue, 01 Aug 2006 21:05:15 +0200, Manlio Perillo email@example.com wrote:
And what's the problem? Hopefully you are not going to reboot the server every week, and users can always relogin.
I as a user _HATE_ when I lose my session just because the developers rebooted the application. I even hate when the browser loses the session between restarts. You might also be browsing the website when suddenly you are logged out because of a restart.
Ok, but this means that *every* current application should be rewritten...
There are more than a couple examples that are not inside the *every* keyword. Anyway yes. If you want to update nevow on those installations to use web2 you'll have to rewrite part of the application. This should sound as a "You should start coding the right way immediately before having a big codebase".
Ok, but you pass a session to the loggedIn method. So you can do (if I'm not wrong):
def loggedIn(self, session, request):
if request.args.get('rememberMe'): session.guard.makePersistentCookie(session, request, max_age=self.sessionPersistentLifetime) self.makePersistentSession(session)
You have dropped the rest of the explanation that is quite important.
Of course there will be no cred integration ;-).
Well.. Then I'm not interested. Your solution is going to be nevow specific and thus unusable for my usecases.
I don't want (still) to use guard because there are a lot of things that I do not understand.
Why are you using Nevow or Twisted at all then? Even _I_ do not understand completely what Nevow does with the context in its internals... guard (even in its current shape) is much less complicated than the whole context business.
Like support for multiple portals, setResourceForPortal and so.
This has nothing to do with guard. I suggest reading the cred tutorial from twisted.
Every time I think I'm beginning to understand, it suffice to read some code (as Weever or Stiq) for understanding that I do not understand ;-).
Weever is pretty old now and has been replaced almost completely by Stiq. No-one should read Weever code.