Yea, I think he's talking about SCRIPT_NAME. Not sure where the
confusion comes from, but yea, I think his patch makes sense only if
you replace SCRIPT_PATH with SCRIPT_NAME.
On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 5:18 AM, Chris McDonough <chr...@plope.com> wrote:
> FTR, I tried to apply the patch referenced in Lukasz' email to
> redirectingformplugin, but as I was doing that, I realized I don't know where
> SCRIPT_PATH is supposed to come from. It's not a CGI or WSGI envvar as far
> as I
> can tell and it's not in wsgiorg.routing_args either. Is it supposed to be
> I also took a look at FriendlyRedirectingFormPlugin. FTR, I intend to add
> facility to who in the near future that makes it possible to log a user out
> without necessarily displaying the challenge form (by maybe allowing the app
> return a 403 Forbidden, which would "forget" credentials but just display the
> body of the page returned without actually invoking any challenger). For this
> reason, I think FriendlyRedirectingFormPlugin should probably remain part of
> r.what until we figure that out. Hopefully that's OK.
> - C
> Lukasz Szybalski wrote:
>> On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 9:22 AM, Gustavo Narea <m...@gustavonarea.net> wrote:
>>> On Friday February 6, 2009 15:47:28 Chris McDonough wrote:
>>>> Gustavo, don't you have a redirecting form plugin that already does this?
>>> Yes, I think it's the one he's using.
>>> It takes the SCRIPT_PATH into account when redirecting to the post-
>>> login/logout pages, thanks to the ._get_full_path() method:
>>> However, the redirection to the login handler (performed by
>>> RedirectingFormPlugin), the SCRIPT_PATH is not taken into account because of
>>> the bug in RFP.
>>> Lukasz, if you're using repoze.who with the patch I uploaded, it should work
>>> because both the RedirectingFormPlugin and the FriendlyRedirectingForm
>>> will be aware of the SCRIPT_PATH. The problem you describe is with the patch
>>> applied or without it?
>>>> Apologies, Gustavo has mentioned this patch to me, and I've been trying to
>>>> review this work, but I've been out of pocket on customer projects for the
>>>> last two weeks.
>>>> In the meantime this is a plugin to repoze.who, so even if Gustavo hasn't
>>>> already forked off a patched version, you can plug in a patched version
>>>> using the diff and use it. The patch break tests, so I'll need to
>>>> investigate, but you can certainly use a patched plugin as necessary.
>>> The patch I sent to you makes RFP aware of the script path but breaks one of
>>> the tests that I added, since I didn't include the ._get_full_path() method.
>>> But the patch linked to by Lukasz includes it.
>>> Chris, I can merge the FriendlyRedirectingFormPlugin into
>>> RedirectingFormPlugin (keeping backwards compatibility) and send you a new
>>> patch (including the new tests; with all of them passing), if this can help
>>> getting the fix applied sooner.
>> This would be great. The sooner we can get all parts in and pass all
>> tests then hopefully new version could come out on Monday.
>> Thanks a lot,
>>> Gustavo Narea <http://gustavonarea.net/>.
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