Provided by: libdancer-perl_1.3500+dfsg-1_all bug

NAME

       Dancer::Cookie - class representing cookies

VERSION

       version 1.3500

SYNOPSIS

           use Dancer::Cookie;

           my $cookie = Dancer::Cookie->new(
               name => $cookie_name, value => $cookie_value
           );

DESCRIPTION

       Dancer::Cookie provides an HTTP cookie object to work with cookies.

ATTRIBUTES

   name
       The cookie's name.

   value
       The cookie's value.

   expires
       The cookie's expiration date.  There are several formats.

       Unix epoch time like 1288817656 to mean "Wed, 03-Nov-2010 20:54:16 GMT"

       A human-readable offset from the current time such as "2 hours".  It currently
       understands...

           s second seconds sec secs
           m minute minutes min mins
           h hr hour hours
           d day days
           w week weeks
           M month months
           y year years

       Months and years are currently fixed at 30 and 365 days.  This may change.

       Anything else is used verbatim.

   domain
       The cookie's domain.

   path
       The cookie's path.

   secure
       If true, it instructs the client to only serve the cookie over secure connections such as
       HTTPS.

   http_only
       By default cookies are created with a property named "HttpOnly", that can be used for
       security, forcing the cookie to be used only by the server (via HTTP) and not by any
       JavaScript code.

       If your cookie is meant to be used by some JavaScript code, set this attribute to 0.

METHODS/SUBROUTINES

   new
       Create a new Dancer::Cookie object.

       You can set any attribute described in the ATTRIBUTES section above.

   init
       Runs an expiration test and sets a default path if not set.

   to_header
       Creates a proper HTTP cookie header from the content.

AUTHOR

       Dancer Core Developers

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Alexis Sukrieh.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.