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Commits on Dec 11, 2014
  1. @brycekahle

    Merge pull request #79 from danbev/cors-fixes

    brycekahle authored
    Adding various fixes for CORS request/response handling
  2. @danbev

    Adding missing Origin argument to verify_cors method calls.

    danbev authored
    Also removed 'Access-Control-Request-Method' from non-preflight request
    (simple CORS requests).
  3. @danbev
Commits on Dec 10, 2014
  1. @brycekahle

    Merge pull request #83 from flaviogrossi/patch-1

    brycekahle authored
    update sockjs implementation links
  2. @flaviogrossi

    update sockjs implementation links

    flaviogrossi authored
    The list provided in the README is out of sync wrt the list in the sockjs-client project.
    
    This is just a copy-paste from that README file.
  3. @brycekahle

    Merge pull request #70 from njoyce/pip-compatible

    brycekahle authored
    Pip compatible
  4. Fix #81 CORS verify needs to follow spec

    Bryce Kahle authored
  5. @brycekahle

    Merge pull request #62 from igm/patch-3

    brycekahle authored
    Use 400 HTTP response instead of 500 for invalid requests
  6. @brycekahle

    Merge pull request #71 from ngocdaothanh/master

    brycekahle authored
    Update links to related projects
  7. @brycekahle

    Merge pull request #55 from ngocdaothanh/patch-2

    brycekahle authored
    Fix typo: "frame is send" -> "frame is sent"
  8. @brycekahle

    Merge pull request #54 from ngocdaothanh/patch-1

    brycekahle authored
    Fix typo: fashin -> fashion
Commits on Dec 2, 2014
  1. @danbev

    Re-adding the else clause in the verify_cors method.

    danbev authored
    Also updated the call to verify_cors to specify the origin that was sent
    in the request.
Commits on Apr 11, 2014
  1. @danbev

    Adding various fixes for CORS request/response handling

    danbev authored
    There are a few tests that verify that a SockJS server responds with
    proper CORS HTTP response headers. Some of these test do not send
    requests with the appropriate CORS request headers which could mean that
    servers that follow the CORS specification [1] might fail the requests by
    not sending back CORS repsonse headers
    
    This PR attement to fix this issue.
    
    [1] http://www.w3.org/TR/cors/#resource-requests '6.1 Simple Cross-Origin Request, Actual Request, and Redirects'
Commits on Apr 10, 2013
  1. @ngocdaothanh
Commits on Mar 12, 2013
  1. @njoyce
  2. @njoyce
Commits on Feb 23, 2013
  1. @njoyce

    Lazy dependency checking for builds.

    njoyce authored
    Moved all internal files/directories to .build directory to keep the top
    level clean.
    
    Now that there is requirements.txt and requirements_dev.txt, there is no
    need for an optional virtualenv.
Commits on Feb 14, 2013
  1. @majek

    Merge pull request #69 from fzzy/master

    majek authored
    Removed a space from XhrPolling content type test which caused the test to always fail.
  2. @fzzy
  3. @fzzy
Commits on Feb 1, 2013
  1. @njoyce
  2. @njoyce

    Fix a typo.

    njoyce authored
  3. @njoyce
  4. @njoyce

    Switch to using standard practices for installing python packages.

    njoyce authored
    Activate the virtualenv in the venv step. This makes it optional as we
    are possibly already in a dedicated virtualenv.
Commits on Jan 9, 2013
  1. @majek

    #65 - also apply to dev

    majek authored
  2. @majek
  3. @majek
Commits on Dec 27, 2012
  1. @rstoyanchev

    Introduce 0.25 sec delay for concurrent poll requests

    rstoyanchev authored
    On Servlet containers, requests are processed in concurrent threads
    and it's not possible to guarantee the order of processing. This
    change introduces a 0.25 sec delay between requests when testing
    simultaneous polling requests to maximize the chance of the first
    request to be processed first.
  2. @rstoyanchev

    Ignore spaces when verifying the 'content-type' header

    rstoyanchev authored
    Some Java server containers parse and re-assemble the 'content-type'
    header of the response, and it's not possible, nor should it matter
    whether the resulting header has spaces. This change ensures the
    content type is verified ignoring spaces.
Commits on Dec 19, 2012
  1. @majek
  2. @majek

    Merge pull request #63 from rstoyanchev/master

    majek authored
    Correct minor typos in comments
  3. @rstoyanchev
Commits on Dec 5, 2012
  1. @majek
Commits on Nov 27, 2012
  1. @igm
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