The papp app config variable
xpcse_prefix can be used to specify an access port that xpcse uses. This is useful in case the application itself is protected by basic authentication or cookies and xpcse cannot make use of them.
- client_edit_surl $ref, $content-type, %flags
Returns a surl for remote editing ref
$ref A tied scalar that should be edited or a fully qualified filename $content-type Content-type like "image/jpg" @flags Optional flags that affects processing. Supported flags: extension => ".png" file extension like ".txt". If missing, a suitable extension will be guessed (see LIBDIR/etc/xpcse.extensions). check_ms => 300 check interval for filesystem updates dirty_wait => 2 mtime must be stable for dirty_wait check_ms rounds before submitting on_exit_only => 1 save only when client-app is exiting quiet => 1 suppress "Upload OK messages" template => "/path/to/templatefile" substitute this file if $ref is a filename that does not exist. Copy on write auth_username => "username" username for http authentification auth_password => "password" password for http authentification auth_proxy_username => "username" username for proxy authentification auth_proxy_password => "password" password for proxy authentification line => 9999 select current line for edit sessions, only a hint
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