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# please insert nothing before this line: -*- mode: cperl; cperl-indent-level: 4; cperl-continued-statement-offset: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil -*-
use strict;
use warnings FATAL => 'all';
# The Cookie HTTP header can be accessed via $r->headers_in and in certain
# situations via $ENV{HTTP_COOKIE}.
# 'SetHandler perl-script', combined with 'PerlOptions -SetupEnv', or
# 'SetHandler modperl' do not populate %ENV with CGI variables. So in
# this test we call $r->subprocess_env, which adds them on demand, and
# we are able to get the cookie via %ENV.
# the last sub-test makes sure that mod_cgi env vars don't persist
# and are properly re-set at the end of each request.
# since the test is run against the same interpreter we also test that
# the cookie value doesn't persist if it makes it to %ENV.
use Apache::Test;
use Apache::TestUtil;
use Apache::TestRequest;
Apache::TestRequest::user_agent(keep_alive => 1);
plan tests => 3, need 'HTML::HeadParser';
my $module = 'TestModperl::cookie';
my $location = '/' . Apache::TestRequest::module2path($module);
my $cookie = 'foo=bar';
my %cookies = (
header => $cookie,
env => $cookie,
nocookie => '',
# 'nocookie' must be run last, server-side shouldn't find a cookie
# (testing that %ENV is reset to its original values for vars set by
# $r->subprocess_env, which is run internally for 'perl-script')
# this requires that all the tests are run against the same interpter
my @tests_ordered = qw(header env nocookie);
GET $location;
for my $test (@tests_ordered) {
my $expected = $test eq 'nocookie' ? '' : "bar";
my @headers = ();
push @headers, (Cookie => $cookies{$test}) unless $test eq 'nocookie';
my $received = GET "$location?$test", @headers;
ok t_cmp(
"perl-script+SetupEnv/cookie: $test"