>From: Bill Moseley [mailto:mose...@hank.org] 
>Sent: 01 November 2012 14:14
>To: The elegant MVC web framework
>Subject: Re: [Catalyst] Access Catalyst context object from script
>On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 6:10 AM, Anthony Gladdish 
><anthony.gladd...@newcastle.ac.uk> wrote:
>Great - this worked, thanks. I used:
>        use Catalyst::Test 'MyApp';
>        my($res, $c) = ctx_request('/');
>How does uri_for() know what host:port and script path to use to build correct 
>URLs to your site?

Got a front-end proxy setup, so not worried about host:port as I can just 
replace "localhost" with whatever my web server is using at the time, in the 
template. A bit hacky I know, but at least I've got the correctly generated 
path without hard coding it in.

Unless, you know of an alternate way/better way of tricking context object or 
Catalyst::Test in using a specific host:port?


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