On Mon, 2010-01-25 at 22:13 +0100, Nisse Engström wrote:

> On Thu, 21 Jan 2010 08:43:58 +1100, clanc...@cybec.com.au wrote:
> > When you are working with sessions, provided you start your program with 
> > session_id(), you
> > can then do anything you like with session variables at any point in your 
> > program. In my
> > original question I asked if there was a cookie equivalent. 
> The HTTP spec allows cookies to be sent after the content,
> in trailing headers, but it's not usable practically. Few
> browsers support it, and PHP certainly doesn't. You'd have
> to write a CGI to get away with it.
> The only user agents I know of that support trailers are
> the WC3 and WDG validators, and Opera(!).
> Trailer test:
> <http://luden.se/http/test/trailer/>
> Some results:
> <http://browsershots.org/http://luden.se/http/test/trailer/?p=63>
> /Nisse

I didn't even know that that was possible. I'm glad in a way that the
other browsers and PHP don't support it, as it would make a lot of
things more difficult if not impossible to accomplish!


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