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Revision 1.4, Tue Oct 17 13:26:28 2006 UTC (13 years ago) by obache
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2007Q2-base, pkgsrc-2007Q2, pkgsrc-2007Q1-base, pkgsrc-2007Q1, pkgsrc-2006Q4-base, pkgsrc-2006Q4
Changes since 1.3: +4 -4 lines

Update p5-Apache-Session-Wrapper to 0.31.
Patch provided by Martin Wilke via PR 34339.

0.31   2006-07-11

- Exactly 0.30 but now the Build.PL creates a "traditional"
  Makefile.PL. This fixes the problem that the generated "passthrough"
  Makefile.PL was requiring Apache::TestMB, because it's available on
  my system.

0.30   2006-07-10

- Exactly like 0.29 but does not declare a "build_requires" dependency
  on Apache::TestMB. Declaring this dependency causes CPAN.pm (and
  probably CPANPLUS) to try and install Apache::Test, which may not
  always install cleanly. If you do have it already installed, then it
  will be used to run the live tests.

0.29   2006-06-09

- When not running under mod_perl, Apache::Session::Wrapper simply did
  not even try to load CGI::Cookie to generate cookies. Patch by Derek

- When running under mod_perl 1 without Apache::Request, an exception
  was generated when trying to send a cookie.

- Apache::Session::Wrapper now only checks for err_headers_out and
  headers_out on the header_object, since this works for both mod_perl
  1 and 2, as well as Mason's FakeApache object.

- As of version CGI.pm 3.16, CGI::Cookie has a bake() method, but now
  Apache::Session::Wrapper explicitly will not call it, because if
  you're not running under mod_perl, it ends up calling print() to
  send the cookie header when it is called, which may not be what a
  user of this module wants. Patch by Derek Poon.

0.28   2006-05-23

- Allow a session_id parameter to the constructor, to force the use of
  a particular existing session.

- Fixed a bug where failing to create a new session was ignored if
  allow_invalid_id was true.

- Detect very weird case where tying to tie to Apache::Session
  succeeds but the tied hash has no _session_id key. This now throws
  an exception.

- Fixed bug when the header_object ->can('header_out') but this method
  does not return an object, as with HTML::Mason::FakeApache. Reported
  by Hans Dieter.

- The logic to load an appropriate cookie class if the class was
  already loaded and an exception had previously been thrown by an
  unrelated class.

- Added a way to register session subclass via RegisterClass() and
  RegisterFlexClass(), to allow people to use any session subclass
  they want without needing explicit support in

0.27   not released

- This was a version used internally at Socialtext, but never

0.26   2005-09-20

- Finally should work properly under both mp1 and mp2.  Patches and
  tests by Daisuke Maki.

- No longer depends on Apache::Cookie or Apache2::Cookie, but it will
  use them if it can instead of CGI::Cookie.

0.25   2005-08-14

- Silenced a warning that could occur when using session length
  cookies under mod_perl.

0.24   2005-08-01

- Optional parameters for store modules were not handled properly when
  using Flex as the session class.  Added some tests.  Reported by
  Gavin Carr.

0.23   2005-07-26

- If two sets of valid parameters for a class shared a parameter, an
  error would be thrown if you used the second set, even if it was
  complete.  Reported by Victor Felix.

0.22   2005-07-18

- Another fix for mod_perl2, this one from Jonas.

0.21   2005-06-20

- The fix for mod_perl2 caused a new cookie to be sent for each
  request under mod_perl 1.  I love it!

0.20   2005-06-08

- Fix to make getting cookies work under mod_perl2.  Reported by
  Baldvin Kovacs.

$NetBSD: distinfo,v 1.4 2006/10/17 13:26:28 obache Exp $

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