Problem checking an existing browser cookie
nikos.the.gr33k at gmail.com
Sun Aug 29 07:35:41 CEST 2010
On 28 Αύγ, 23:07, Peter Otten <__pete... at web.de> wrote:
> Νίκος wrote:
> > On 22 Αύγ, 10:27, Νίκος <nikos.the.gr... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 16 Αύγ, 14:31, Peter Otten <__pete... at web.de> wrote:
> >> > Νίκος wrote:
> >> > > # initializecookie
> >> > >cookie=Cookie.SimpleCookie()
> >> > >cookie.load( os.environ.get('HTTP_COOKIE', '') )
> >> > > mycookie =cookie.get('visitor')
> >> > > if ( mycookie and mycookie.value != 'nikos' ) or re.search( r'(cyta|
> >> > > yandex|13448|spider|crawl)', host ) is None:
> >> > > blabla...
> >> > > ========================
> >> > > I checked and Chrome has acookienames visitor with a value ofnikos
> >> > > within.
> >> > > So, i have to ask why the if fails?
> >> > Maybe it's because != != ==
> >> Iwant ti if code block to be executed only if the browsercookienames
> >> visitor fetched doesnt cotnain the vbalue of 'nikos'
> >> Is there somethign wrong with the way i wrote it?
> > Please do help me with this too becaus eif i dont solve this my
> > website keeps count my each visit like iam a guest visitor!
> In your initial post it sounded like you wanted the if-branch to execute for
> a user named "nikos", but now it seems that I misunderstood you and swapping
> 'mycookie.value != "nikos"' for 'mycookie.value == "nikos"' won't help.
> Maybe you could add a print statement like
> print mycookie.value
> to start with your debugging efforts.
> # initialize cookie
> cookie = Cookie.SimpleCookie()
> cookie.load( os.environ.get('HTTP_COOKIE', '') )
> mycookie = cookie.get('visitor')
wont load the cookie correctly? because
outputs an error.
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