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winix/winixd/core/request.h

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/*
* This file is a part of Winix
* and is distributed under the 2-Clause BSD licence.
* Author: Tomasz Sowa <t.sowa@ttmath.org>
*/
/*
* Copyright (c) 2008-2015, Tomasz Sowa
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
*
* 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
*
* 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
* documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS"
* AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
* IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
* ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
* LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
* CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
* SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
* INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
* CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
* ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
* POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*
*/
#ifndef headerfile_winix_core_request
#define headerfile_winix_core_request
#include <fcgiapp.h>
#include <sstream>
#include <vector>
#include "requesttypes.h"
#include "item.h"
#include "error.h"
#include "config.h"
#include "textstream.h"
added: uptime winix function prints how many sessions there are changed: functions for text/numbers conversions int Toi(const std::string & str, int base = 10); int Toi(const std::wstring & str, int base = 10); int Toi(const char * str, int base = 10); int Toi(const wchar_t * str, int base = 10); long Tol(const std::string & str, int base = 10); long Tol(const std::wstring & str, int base = 10); long Tol(const char * str, int base = 10); long Tol(const wchar_t * str, int base = 10); template<class CharType> bool Toa(unsigned long value, CharType * buffer, size_t buf_len, int base = 10); template<class CharType> bool Toa(long value, CharType * buffer, size_t buf_len, int base = 10); template<class CharType> bool Toa(unsigned int value, CharType * buffer, size_t buf_len, int base = 10); template<class CharType> bool Toa(int value, CharType * buffer, size_t buf_len, int base = 10); const wchar_t * Toa(unsigned int value, int base = 10); const wchar_t * Toa(unsigned long value, int base = 10); const wchar_t * Toa(int value, int base = 10); const wchar_t * Toa(long value, int base = 10); void Toa(int value, std::string & res, int base = 10, bool clear = true); void Toa(long value, std::string & res, int base = 10, bool clear = true); void Toa(int value, std::wstring & res, int base = 10, bool clear = true); void Toa(long value, std::wstring & res, int base = 10, bool clear = true); added: HtmlTextStream class (files htmltextstream.cpp htmltextstream.h in templates) this is a special stream for automatically escaping html tags git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@682 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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#include "templates/htmltextstream.h"
#include "date/date.h"
#include "space/space.h"
#include "space/spacetojson.h"
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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#include "textstream/textstream.h"
#include "outstreams.h"
namespace Winix
{
class FunctionBase;
struct Request
{
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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/*
request id
is incremented for each request and is never 0
(from -1 will be incremented to one)
it's used for some optimizations e.g. in templates
*/
size_t id;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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/*
request start time
Time() methods are very slow so it is better to directly use those two values
they are set when a request starts
*/
time_t start_time;
PT::Date start_date;
/*
*
*
*
* variables representing input from client's browser
*
*
*
*/
/*
the HTTP method
!! IMPROVE ME add the rest methods here
*/
enum Method { get, post, head, unknown_method } method;
/*
subdomain
subdomain = HTTP_HOST environment variable - config->base_url
*/
std::wstring subdomain;
/*
raw parameters
!! CHECK ME may post_tab and cookie_tab should be changed to PT::Space now?
or may change the name to cookie_in? or in_cookie?
*/
PostTab post_tab;
PostFileTab post_file_tab;
CookieTab cookie_tab;
/*
html anchor (those part of URI after '#' character)
*/
std::wstring anchor;
// environment variables
std::wstring env_request_method;
std::wstring env_request_uri;
std::wstring env_http_cookie;
std::wstring env_remote_addr;
std::wstring env_http_host;
std::wstring env_http_user_agent;
std::wstring env_http_accept_encoding;
std::wstring env_fcgi_role;
std::wstring env_content_type;
std::wstring env_https;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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// current IP address of the remote host (read from REMOTE_ADDR environment variable)
// (at the moment only IPv4 are supported)
int ip;
// true if the browser is Microsoft Internet Explorer
bool browser_msie;
// true if the browser is Konqueror
bool browser_konqueror;
// true if we are using an encrypted connection (SSL)
bool using_ssl;
/*
request input variables representing the winix filesystem
*/
// current directory
std::vector<Item*> dir_tab;
// true if a file exists
bool is_item;
// current file (valid if is_item is true)
Item item;
// current winix function
// null if there is no a function
FunctionBase * function;
// parameters (name:value)
ParamTab param_tab;
// this is a pointer either to the item (if exists) or to the last directory
Item * last_item;
/*
*
*
*
* variables for generating output to the client's browser
*
*
*
*/
// request status
// !! CHANGE ME it'll be better to use ordinary http result codes
Error status;
// if not empty means an address for redirecting to
// it should be url-encoded
std::wstring redirect_to;
// a redirect type
// following redirect types are supported:
// 300 Multiple Choices
// 301 Moved Permanently
// 302 Found
// 303 See Other (default)
// 307 Temporary Redirect
int redirect_type;
// send header X-LIGHTTPD-send-file with path to a file
std::wstring x_sendfile;
// send as attachment (causes generating header: content-disposition: attachment)
bool send_as_attachment;
// headers send to the client (without cookies)
PT::Space out_headers;
// cookies send to the client
// a value can be either a cookie value or the whole cookie string (with domain, date etc)
PT::Space out_cookies;
// winix can return either a text answer or a binary answer
// if send_bin_stream is true then the binary answer is sent (out_bin_stream)
// or if send_bin_stream is false then the text answer is sent
// default: false
//
//
// winix answer send to the client's browser
// |
// |
// depending on send_bin_stream
// (if false) ------------------------------------------------- (if true)
// | |
// text answer binary answer
// | |
// depending on return_json sending out_bin_stream
// (if false) ------------------------------------ (if true)
// | |
// normal request ajax request
// | |
// sending out_main_stream |
// |
// |
// depending on return_info_only
// (if false) ------------------------------------------------------------- (if true)
// | |
// generating JSON object from: generating JSON object only from info
// out_streams and info, e.g.: e.g.:
// { { info object serialized here }
// "out": { out_streams serialized here e.g.:
// "stream_name_1": "some html content",
// "stream_name_2": "some other html content"
// },
// "info": { info object serialized here }
// }
//
//
bool send_bin_stream;
// binary page sent to the client if send_bin_stream is true
BinaryPage out_bin_stream;
// when returning the text answer we can either return the whole html page (normal requests)
// or a JSON object (for requests generated from AJAX)
// if return_json is false then we return the whole html page (which is in out_main_stream)
// if return_json is true we are creating an JSON object from out_streams
// and from info space (see above picture)
// (or just only from info if return_info_only is true)
// default: false
// return_json is set to true by App at the beginning of a request
// if reqtype:json parameter is present (in the url)
// note: return_json is only valid if send_bin_stream is false
bool return_json;
// main text output stream where the html otput is generated from ezc templates
// here the whole html page (with doctype, head, body) is generated
HtmlTextStream out_main_stream;
// text output streams used in ajax requests (send in JSON format to the client)
// in ezc templates you can use [ezc out "stream_name"] keyword
// to switch between streams
Ezc::OutStreams<HtmlTextStream> out_streams;
// if true the JSON object is generated only from info (out_streams are not used)
// default: false
bool return_info_only;
// additional info added when sending the JSON answer
PT::Space info;
// info serializer
// if not set then the json_generic_serializer from App will be used
// default: null (json_generic_serializer used)
PT::SpaceToJSON * info_serializer;
// if set to true then the standard template system will not be used
// default: false
bool page_generated;
// whether or not the main html stream should be filtered by our html filter
bool out_main_stream_use_html_filter;
// whether or not the ajax streams should be filtered by our html filter
// this filter is only aplied to streams in "out" space, "info" space is not touched
bool out_streams_use_html_filter;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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// if this variable is true then winix always return 200 OK header
// when the status would be 404 (not found) or 403 (permission denied)
// default: false
bool use_200_status_for_not_found_and_permission_denied;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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// options used by ezc generators
bool gen_trim_white;
bool gen_skip_new_line;
bool gen_use_special_chars;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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/*
additional variables used for common uses
*/
// usually items in the current directory (depends on the function)
std::vector<Item> item_tab;
Request();
void SetConfig(Config * pconfig);
void RequestStarts();
void Clear();
bool IsParam(const wchar_t * param_name);
bool IsParam(const std::wstring & param_name);
const std::wstring & ParamValue(const wchar_t * param_name); // returns an empty string if there is no such a parameter
const std::wstring & ParamValue(const std::wstring & param_name); // returns an empty string if there is no such a parameter
bool IsPostVar(const wchar_t * var);
bool IsPostVar(const std::wstring & var);
const std::wstring & PostVar(const wchar_t * var); // returns an empty string if there is no such a parameter
const std::wstring & PostVar(const std::wstring & var); // returns an empty string if there is no such a parameter
bool PostVar(const wchar_t * var, std::wstring & result);
bool PostVar(const std::wstring & var, std::wstring & result);
std::wstring * PostVarp(const wchar_t * var);
std::wstring * PostVarp(const std::wstring & var);
bool AllPostVarEmpty(); // returning true if all post vars are empty
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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// setting a cookie
// name - cookie name (either const wchar_t, or std::wstring or PT::WTextStream)
// value - cookie value (can be everything which can be put to PT::WTextStream stream)
// the return std::wstring reference is a reference to the cookie inserted value (in out_cookies structure)
template<typename NameType, typename ValueType>
std::wstring & AddCookie(const NameType & name, const ValueType & value, PT::Date * expires = 0);
template<typename NameType, typename ValueType>
std::wstring & AddCookie(const NameType & name, const ValueType & value, PT::Date & expires);
private:
Config * config;
// used in ParamValue() and PostVar() when there is no such a param
const std::wstring str_empty;
void ClearOutputStreams();
};
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
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template<typename NameType, typename ValueType>
std::wstring & Request::AddCookie(const NameType & name, const ValueType & value, PT::Date * expires)
{
PT::WTextStream cookie;
cookie << value;
if( cookie.empty() )
cookie << L"\"\""; // cookie empty value
if( expires )
cookie << L"; expires=" << DateToStrCookie(*expires) << L" GMT";
cookie << L"; path=/; domain=" << config->base_url;
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
9 years ago
/*
!! IMPROVE ME add an option to the config
don't use '; secure' flag if you are using both sites (with SSL
and without SSL) -- with secure flag the cookie is sent only through
SSL and if you accidentally open a new window without SSL (http://)
then winix will create a new session for you and the previous session (https://)
will be lost (the session cookie will be overwritten in the client's browser)
*/
return out_cookies.Add(name, cookie);
}
template<typename NameType, typename ValueType>
std::wstring & Request::AddCookie(const NameType & name, const ValueType & value, PT::Date & expires)
{
return AddCookie(name, value, &expires);
}
} // namespace Winix
#endif
removed: Request::debug all stream used for debugging info some environment variables were put there removed: config variable: debug_info removed: Request::role (responder, authorizer) now we have only one role: responder added: new config variables: log_env_variables (default false) - when true then fastcgi environment variables are logged to the log file log_http_answer_headers (default false) - when true all http headers created by winix ale logged (note that the www server can add/adjust other headers) changed: some refactoring in Request struct changed: CookieTab to std::map<std::wstring, std::wstring> beforehand std::string was used (changed CookieParser as well) changed: Request::SetCookie() to AddCookie() added: Request::out_headers (a PT::Space struct) http headers (without cookies) send back to the client added: Request::out_cookies (a PT::Space struct) cookies send to the client changed: App class to use Request::out_headers and Request::out_cookies some SendHeaders...() methods were renamed to PrepareHeaders...() and they create output in Request::out_headers first (and out_cookies) and later it is sent added: two plugin messages: // http headers (without cookies) were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_headers) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_HEADERS 31070 // http cookies were created and are ready to send // here you can make some changes to them // in p1 you have a pointer to the PT::Space (Request::out_cookies) #define WINIX_PREPARE_TO_SEND_HTTP_COOKIES 31080 added: config variable: // how many output streams do we have in Request class // default: 16 (64 maximum) size_t ezc_out_streams_size; git-svn-id: svn://ttmath.org/publicrep/winix/trunk@940 e52654a7-88a9-db11-a3e9-0013d4bc506e
9 years ago