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CherryPy / cherrypy / _cperror.py

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Robert Brewer
Fix for #374 (reduce license boilerplate to a single LICENSE.txt file).
Robert Brewer
Fix for #372 (browserUrl and querystrings).
Robert Brewer
Fix for #356 (formalize server.environment as a set of config defaults). New server.logFileNotFound boolean.
Robert Brewer
Bah. Forgot an import. That'll teach me to skip the tests.
Robert Brewer
NotFound path arg now defaults to cherrypy.request.path.
Robert Brewer
Fix for #307. Made InternalError a subclass of HTTPError(500). Removed all use of InternalError from the framework; it should be removed in 2.2.
John P. Speno
Removed unneeded 'import os'
Robert Brewer
Fix for ticket #317? More importantly, some error-handling and other cleanups:
Robert Brewer
Fix for #318, #322 and #323.
Michael Robinson
implimented changes needed to re-close ticket:288
Robert Brewer
Bah. Newline badness again.
Robert Brewer
Removed redundant lines in _cputil.
Michael Robinson
ticket:288 changes merged into trunk, deleted httperrors branch, added assertErrorPage to CPWebCase
Michael Robinson
fixed HTTPStatusError, it did not except codes > 499
Michael Robinson
HTTPClientError renamed HTTPStatusError, removed some outdated session documentation
Michael Robinson
improvments to the http errors tutorial (10), minor cleanups of the http error code.
Michael Robinson
httperrors branch merged into the trunk, the configuration paramater "showTracebacks" is now "server.showTracebacks"
Robert Brewer
1. Initial support for partial GET (Range request header): new _cphttptools.get_ranges() function for use in page handlers and serve_file().
Robert Brewer
Fix for ticket #239.
Robert Brewer
1. New cherrypy.request.version, an instance of new _cphttptools.Version class. This will be min(request.protocol, server.protocolVersion).
Robert Brewer
Added a cherrypy._appserver_state flag. Helps report errors when server.start() has not been called or did not complete normally.
Robert Brewer
InternalRedirect now takes either str or dict as "params" argument.
Robert Brewer
Implements ticket #195.