Author r.david.murray
Recipients BreamoreBoy, orsenthil, r.david.murray, ryan
Date 2010-08-22.15:31:11
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Mark, not many people follow the full bugs list (I'm don't anymore...I just happened to notice this one going by on the IRC channel).   Asking a question without adding appropriate people to nosy is therefore not all that likely to obtain a response, and a lack of response in that situation is not, IMO, sufficient grounds for closing an issue.  If you can't find someone to add to nosy, you could post to python-dev.

From a look at the code it appears to me that this is not valid.  value_decode is called by __ParseString which is called from 'load'.  The cookies are apparently stored in the dict as a Morsel that contains a both a 'real value' and the 'encoded value', and those pairs get created via individual sets (the call to __setitem__), when a load-from-string is done, or by *encoding* the real values when a load-from-dict is done (ie: a mass __setitem__).  

It seems like closing this as invalid is the correct action; however, the OP clearly observed a problem, but we don't have sufficient information to diagnose it.

Ryan, if you are still interested in/seeing this problem, can you supply a test case that demonstrates the issue you observed?  Otherwise we'll close the issue.
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