[dancer-users] Dancer2 Cookie Expiry Question
untg99 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 14:42:20 BST 2015
Thanks, it was something stupidly simple. No idea what the domain is either
but I don't care as long as the thing sets and sets with a very very long
cookie user => $thing, expires => '+2000h';
On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 5:53 PM, Andrew Beverley <andy at andybev.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2015-08-20 at 09:08 +0930, David H wrote:
> > I've tried setting my own cookie with Dancer2 and also setting the
> > engine as Cookie.
> > Although I couldn't find a lot on the Dancer2 method, there is a bit on
> > to do this with Dancer1.
> > I have this in my config.yml (thanks Andrew for the help with this):
> > template: "template_toolkit"
> > session: Cookie
> > engines:
> > template:
> > template_toolkit:
> > start_tag: '<%'
> > end_tag: '%>'
> > session:
> > Cookie:
> > secret_key: mykey
> > default_duration: 60480064
> > However when the session is created, as per this image below, the session
> > expiry is still 'session' instead of the time I set, which should be
> > roughly.
> I've not used Dancer2::Session::Cookie, but I know the following works for
> YAML session engine. Therefore, it might be worth trying the generic
> cookie_duration parameter instead:
> session_dir: "/tmp/dancer-sessions"
> cookie_duration: 3600
> > I've had a look at the cookie tests but I still can't figure out how to
> > work with cookies properly in Dancer2. The date I set should set the
> > session cookie to around 2130. I've also tried lower times with no
> To set a cookie:
> cookie MYCOOKIE => 'value', expires => '+2h', domain => $cookie_domain;
> (I guess the domain is optional - I've just copied that from existing code)
> To get a cookie:
> my $code = cookie 'MYCOOKIE'
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