We don't use post-review at all, all review requests are created by cron
job what invokes custom command to fetch new commits from SVN and create
review requests. But it may be good to customize cookie name in post-review
On Tuesday, October 2, 2012 4:31:56 AM UTC+4, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Typically, a setup like this involves multiple subdomains.
> Clearly the cookies aren't respecting subdirectories. That should be
> figured out. We'd need the session stuff to use the SITE_ROOT as the cookie
> Changing cookie names won't really help you, because post-review actually
> looks specifically for the rbsessionid cookie.
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> > wrote:
>> I've installed two instances on same server thanks to virtualenv. But I
>> faced issue with cookies. I can't work on both servers simultaneously
>> because cookie name and host names are same for both environments. I had
>> quick look at setting.py and found out that COOKIE_NAME variable is defined
>> after setting_local initialization. If i'm correct, it means that I can't
>> override cookie name in setting_local.py files.
>> Is there another way to specify cookie name? If not, is it defect?
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