[Seaside] HttpRequest>>parseCookies: in 2.6a3

Bany, Michel mbany at cincom.com
Thu Mar 2 12:35:52 UTC 2006

Bonjour Damien,

There is a bug in #parseCookies: and I placed an override to fix it in Seaside2.6a2-mb.121.

My guess is that you loaded Seaside2.6a2-mb.121 first in your image, then you loaded
Seaside2.6a3-* over it, and for some reason Monticello was not able to recover the
original #parseCookies: method and lost it.

Unfortunately, duplicating the method override into Seaside2.6a3-* would not be enough,
because some of Seaside relies on the #parseCookies: bug. See a previous post of mine
on empty cookies.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org 
> [mailto:seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf 
> Of Damien Cassou
> Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2006 11:08 AM
> To: Seaside
> Subject: [Seaside] HttpRequest>>parseCookies: in 2.6a3
> Hi,
> with Seaside2.6a3-* into Squeak, I get the following error in 
> browser (no matter the page I try to display) :
> Internal Server Error
> MessageNotUnderstood: HttpRequest>>parseCookies:
> Comanche/6.2 (unix) Server at localhost Port 8080
> With Seaside2.6a2-mb.21 I do not have this problem.
> In the changes between this two versions, I can see
> HttpRequest>>parseCookies: have been removed.
> Am I the only one with this problem ?
> --
> Damien Cassou
> CSS3 :  "On passe au  HSL, plus intuitif  et moins orienté 
> CRT  que le RGB. Il y a du HSLA". Et en plus, ça veut dire 
> quelque chose (au moins pour l'auteur) !
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