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non port: head/www/p5-Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser/pkg-descr
SVNWeb

Number of commits found: 1

Mon, 18 Nov 2013
[ 19:25 sunpoet ] Original commit   Revision:334249
334249 www/Makefile
334249 www/p5-Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser
334249 www/p5-Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser/Makefile
334249 www/p5-Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser/distinfo
334249 www/p5-Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser/pkg-descr
334249 www/p5-Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser/pkg-plist
- Add p5-Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser 0.05
- While I'm here:
  - Add LICENSE
  - Convert to new Perl framework
  - Support STAGEDIR
  - Sort PLIST
  - Remove contiguous blank lines in pkg-descr

This plugin allows you to write e.g. shopping cart code
which should behave well for guests as well as permanent users.

The basic idea is both logged in and not logged in users can
get the same benefits from sessions where it doesn't matter,
but that logged in users can keep their sessions accross logins,
and will even get the data they added/changed assimilated to their
permanent account if they made the changes as guests and then logged in.

This is probably most useful for e-commerce sites, where the
shopping cart is typically used before login, and should be
equally accessible to both guests and logged in users.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Catalyst-Plugin-Session-PerUser/

PR:		ports/180315
Submitted by:	Anes Mukhametov <anes@anes.su>

Number of commits found: 1

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