[docs] xmldocs - docelic modified refs/Cookies

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Sat Jun 11 04:59:52 EDT 2005

User:      docelic
Date:      2005-06-11 08:59:51 GMT
Modified:  refs     Cookies
- Ok now Im done

Revision  Changes    Path
1.2       +10 -24    xmldocs/refs/Cookies

rev 1.2, prev_rev 1.1
Index: Cookies
RCS file: /var/cvs/xmldocs/refs/Cookies,v
retrieving revision 1.1
retrieving revision 1.2
diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
--- Cookies	11 Jun 2005 08:54:30 -0000	1.1
+++ Cookies	11 Jun 2005 08:59:51 -0000	1.2
@@ -12,35 +12,21 @@
 __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.
+The directive determines whether &IC; will send &glos-cookie; to the client and
+read it back to keep track of &glos-session; ID.
+Caching, timed builds, and static page building will never be in effect unless
+this directive is enabled.
-__NAME__ example: Config parser behavior with ConfigParseComments disabled
-ConfigParseComments No
+__NAME__ see also
-#include comment
-# This, and the above line, are pure comments.
-# You better prepare the file named 'comment' for the following one:
-include comment
+__NAME__ example: Disabling session cookies
+Cookies 0

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