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sessionfilter refered in a recipe is missing in the tarball (also in the repository) #96

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bb-migration opened this Issue Jan 25, 2005 · 2 comments

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bb-migration commented Jan 25, 2005

Originally reported by: Anonymous


The page refered by http://www.cherrypy.org/wiki/CherryPySessions
talks about a module (sessionfilter) which is missing. Should the page be removed (rewritten?) or the module provided?

Reported by ricardo.mattar@gmail.com


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bb-migration Feb 17, 2005

Original comment by Anonymous:


This filter is currently aviable only in the experimental branch. I've added a note about it on the wiki page mentioned. Could it be accepted and included into the trunk?

bb-migration commented Feb 17, 2005

Original comment by Anonymous:


This filter is currently aviable only in the experimental branch. I've added a note about it on the wiki page mentioned. Could it be accepted and included into the trunk?

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bb-migration Jun 16, 2005

Original comment by Robert Brewer (Bitbucket: fumanchu, GitHub: fumanchu):


Implemented in changeset [229], then moved/rewritten in subsequent revisions.

bb-migration commented Jun 16, 2005

Original comment by Robert Brewer (Bitbucket: fumanchu, GitHub: fumanchu):


Implemented in changeset [229], then moved/rewritten in subsequent revisions.

jaraco pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 30, 2016

Merged in alexlatchford/cherrypy (pull request #96)
Include exc_info when calling logger
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