[REBOL] Re: Morpheus (was: set-net question. No, TWOquestions)
From: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 30-Oct-2001 10:03
Hallvard Ystad wrote:
> Petr Krenzelok skrev (Tuesday 30.10.2001, kl. 08.57):
> > > >Inside the 'open func in system/schemes/http/handler I find the
> > following:
> > > > HTTP-Get-Header: make object! [
> > > > Accept: "*/*"
> > > > Connection: "close"
> > > > User-Agent: system/schemes/http/user-agent
> > > > Host: join port/host any [all [port/port-id
> > (port/port-id
> > > > <> 80) join #":" port/port-id] #]
> I mean the Accept: "*/*" header, as seen above. Certain browsers cannot
huh, what is the problem of re-setting the word upon your need then?
Although 'create-request seems to be pretty nested, you can:
write %my-http-handler.txt mold system/schemes/http/handler
...then change its source, and rebind it back in your user.r file:
system/schemes/http/handler: load %my-http-handler.txt
But I am not sure if it is secure way to do so, as RT can change handler code
in future releases ...
One other note - do you know the difference in none vs false in protocol
schemes settings? If you use e.g. system/schemes/ftp/user: none, it will look
at parent scheme - system/schemes/default for 'user field setting, and if
present, it will override your none above. If you want to prevent it, just use
system/schemes/ftp/user: false e.g. I hope I do remember it correctly :-)