[Catalyst] Usage of $c->uri_for and $c->res->redirect

Dustin Suchter dsuchter at ucla.edu
Thu Apr 3 03:23:03 BST 2008

That seems to have fixed the problem. Excellent catch!

I had Catalyst::Runtime version 5.7010 so I used CPAN to upgrade 
that package which brought me up to 5.7012.

I don't know of a nice clean way to remove a package you've 
installed with CPAN, but it was easy enough to just run 'test 
Catalyst::Plugin::RequireSSL' and see that it passed test #4 this 
time around.


Adam Herzog wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 2:37 AM, Dustin Suchter <dsuchter at ucla.edu> wrote:
>> So I like the idea of the plugin, but I'm having a hard time installing it.
>> I found one hit on the Internet that with a report of someone else having
>> the exact same problem as me, but I don't see the solution online:
>>  http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.cpan.testers/2007/09/msg631733.html
> The changelog for Catalyst-Runtime includes the following, for
> v5.7011: "Fixed bug where req->base and req->uri would include a port
> number when running in SSL mode."
> If you're running a version prior to 5.7011, try upgrading. If that
> fixes the failing tests, then post back here. It may be the case that
> the version requirement in RequireSSL just needs to be bumped.
> -A

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