On 1/12/06, Jens Vagelpohl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I don't know what you're talking about, the CookieCrumbler has
> *nothing* to do with caching at all. Are you confusing tools here?
> Could it be you're talking about the CachingPolicyManager?
AFAIK CookieCrumbler sets the http cache control header value of http
responses that it handles. It has a property (at least in current
versions) that lets you control what this header value is. My
understanding is that the header is set to "private" by default.
> By the way, the CookieCrumbler doesn't "authenticate", either. It
> just makes cookie data look like regular basic auth headers so that a
> real user folder can use that data.
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