[docs] xmldocs - docelic modified refs/Cookies

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Sat Jun 11 04:54:30 EDT 2005

User:      docelic
Date:      2005-06-11 08:54:30 GMT
Added:     refs     Cookies
- Cookies directive

Revision  Changes    Path
1.1                  xmldocs/refs/Cookies

rev 1.1, prev_rev 1.0
Index: Cookies
__NAME__ purpose
specify whether Interchange will try to land session cookies in client browsers

__NAME__ synopsis
<group choice='req'>
	<arg choice='plain'>1</arg>
	<arg choice='plain'>0</arg>

__NAME__ description
When disabled (set to <literal>No</literal>), 
configuration meta-directives such as 
<literal>#ifdef</literal> and
are treated as pure comments with no specific meaning.
However, since those were originally borrowed from the C preprocessor,
and true to their C heritage - they started with an '#' (hash) character
in &IC; versions up to and including 4.6.
This was inconvenient for newcomers who were easily misguided by thinking
those were just comments, so Interchange versions 4.7 and up support
meta-directives without the hash prefix.
To preserve compatibility, the default is still <literal>Yes</literal>,
but you should omit the '#' (hash) in new configuration files.

__NAME__ example: Config parser behavior with ConfigParseComments disabled
ConfigParseComments No

#include comment
# This, and the above line, are pure comments.

# You better prepare the file named 'comment' for the following one:
include comment

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