ClientCookie bug (followup)

Anand Pillai pythonguy at Hotpop.com
Wed Aug 20 20:56:36 CEST 2003


In fact, I am not aware of how Nirmal has done it.
He is wrapping up the coding soon, when I will get to
see how he has done it. He is doing the persistency part
of the cookies, and I guess he is using anydbm for it. Details
later.

I will send a mail to you, once I get the code from him 
and review it. Meanwhile you can visit his homepage here

http://nirmalc.freezope.org 

There might be some details on the work there.

Regards

-Anand

jjl at pobox.com (John J. Lee) wrote in message news:<87smnwh3lp.fsf at pobox.com>...
> pythonguy at Hotpop.com (Anand Pillai) writes:
> [...]
> >    'We', nothing royal about it. It is just me and my friend
> > & co-developer Nirmal Chidambaram. Apparently he has found
> > a way around some of the bugs in Clientcookie. He has written
> 
> It'd be great if you made me aware what those bugs are!
> 
> (BTW, no intent to offend with my comment about your plurality, or
> lack thereof -- it's just that the convention of using 'we' in source
> code comments is common enough that I've sometimes found myself using
> it even when writing code alone, which is funny.)
> 
> 
> > a new module using the existing Cookie module of python &
> > urllib2. One of the problems 'we' had with Clientcookie is that
> > it uses its own 'urlopen' methods which does not fit our
> > applications needs, so 'we' had to find a way around it.
> 
> As I said before, if you know how to do that, please comment on the
> RFE I referenced in my last post.  Jeremy Hylton is planning to look
> at the patch associated with that RFE in detail sometime, and you
> could save him some time if you know a way to do this without patching
> urllib2.  And I'd like to know how to do it, too :-)
> 
> 
> >    Once the code is ready, I will post it on my webpage, and
> > of course it is not a module in itself, so I think an
> > announcement to c.l.py is out of place.
> [...]
> 
> Would you mind sending me an email?
> 
> Thanks
> 
> 
> John




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