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Re: Me want cookie.

From: Nala Ginrut
Subject: Re: Me want cookie.
Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2021 13:07:47 +0800
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Hi Mortimer!

Mortimer Cladwell writes:

> It seems like the (cookies (rc-cookie rc))  variable is accurately
> reflecting the contents of the browser cookies.
> What is supposed to be the difference between :cookies-check & :cookies-ref
> ?  I thought (:cookies-ref rc 'prjid "prjid") would retrieve the value - if
> not what does it do and is there a method to retrieve the value '1000'?
> cookie-has-key? gives the entire structure.

There're 3 issues here, let me check it one by one:

1. :cookies-remove! has a bug that domain was set to "/" by defautlt, when it's 
to be expired. If so, the client reject to remove the cookie, now it's
fixed in both master and fix/ssql-guile3.

2. Yes, :cookies-check will return the whole cookie. I've added another
API (:cookies-value rc "your_cookie_name") to get the value with cookie

3. There two cookie related field in the rc (which means route-context):
rc-cookie is for the cookie sent from the client;
rc-set-cookie is for the cookies need to add/modify/upate from the

The API only affects rc-set-cookie that handles new cookies from the 

The API only affects rc-cookie that handles cookies of the client:

Folks may consider rc-set-cookie is a bad name, however, it's a hidden
low-level detail, folks may just ignore its existance, and handle it
with the API. Anyway, it can be any name distincted from rc-cookie.

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