ClientCookie bug (followup)
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
I will send a mail to you, once I get the code from him
and review it. Meanwhile you can visit his homepage here
There might be some details on the work there.
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?
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