Hi Henrik, Thanks for the feedback!
Yes, I plan on extending it further. I fixed a small bug with having
to decode the urlencoded post variables (e.g. 'hello%20world').
At first I was stumped because ht:Pack is implemented in ht.c so there
wasn't a java implementation
(ht:Pack (chop "hello%20world"))
Looks like this will do the trick though:
(de ht:Pack (X) (java (java 'java.net.URLDecoder 'decode (pack X) "UTF-8")))
The real test will be when/if I decide to write a real app with it.
I'm happy to help if anyone wants to use it too.
On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 11:12 PM, Henrik Sarvell <hsarv...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Cool stuff Joe!
> Are you planning to work more on this or?
> On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 11:50 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>
>> Hi Jakob,
>>> There is no silver bullet for this problem. Even images could be malicious.
>> Yeah, that's right. But the wiki won't do anything with images or
>> videos, just push them to the browser. So I assume the wiki itself is
>> not in danger. Of course, there's no absolute security ;-)
>>> Different wikis solve it by allowing certain users, or per page settings,
>>> ACLs and so on. It's a mess, just pick a kind of mess and go with it. :-)
>> Hmm, too bad ;-)
>> - Alex
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