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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32491] - POST method in cinclude:includexml is broken
Date Fri, 10 Dec 2004 15:43:08 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From nverwer@email.com  2004-12-10 16:43 -------
The problem is that this bug breaks existing functionality, which has existed
for a long time. I will have to work around it in several applications, or merge
some 2.1.6 features into my 2.1.4 installation (which is what I did). To me,
that is a minor annoyance, but for my customer it means that Cocoon is not a
stable platform for their application.
This means that this bug is not a duplicate of #32541, because implementing a
new Include syntax makes existing applications incompatible. If it gets solved
by using the HttpClient class, that's fine, but I doubt it. It seems to be a
problem in the parsing of parameter values, so using HttpClient with the 'old'
CInclude syntax will probably not fix it.

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