problem setting multiple cookies
jason at lookbook.nu
Mon Jun 20 23:38:52 EDT 2011
I'm using unicorn 3.6.2
What I was trying to say is that the JoinCookie middleware didn't do
anything. headers["Set-Cookie"] is a string, and the _test_session
cookie was always being set correctly. The problem happens only when I
try to set multiple cookies myself.
Here's the output of p headers in JoinCookie again
"Content-Length"=>"1", "Set-Cookie"=>"first=; domain=.test.com;
path=/; expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:00 GMTsecond=1;
domain=.test.com; path=/; expires=Mon, 21-Jun-2021 03:35:30
path=/; HttpOnly", "Cache-Control"=>"no-cache"}
Where is JoinCookie is getting it's headers from?
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 8:15 PM, Eric Wong <normalperson at yhbt.net> wrote:
> Jason Su <jason at lookbook.nu> wrote:
>> Here's what I get in the response, with the _test_session cookie line:
>> Set-Cookie:first=; domain=.test.com; path=/; expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970
>> 00:00:00 GMTsecond=1; domain=.test.com; path=/; expires=Mon,
>> 21-Jun-2021 02:40:27 GMT
>> _test_session=40658e37c9e8b39c5f8389e09682c47b; domain=.test.com;
>> path=/; HttpOnly
>> It doesn't add a second Set-Cookie: line, but the line break seems to work...
> Huh? Which version of unicorn are you using? The /\n/ splitting in
> headers has been in the earliest releases of unicorn...
>> 2.3.11 is giving me a ton of trouble.. I've tried it before.. and I
>> just tried again with little luck... Is there anything that I can just
>> grab from the commits to make it work on 2.3.8?
> Look at the individual commits in rails.git. I just used
> git log -p v2.3.8..v2.3.11 -- actionpack
> in rails.git to find those for you. I just looked for things that
> would manipulate cookies/headers.
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