Forum: Ruby Accessing request's raw_header from within a crontroller?

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C4becdb361d4f00625778becc1a672b2?d=identicon&s=25 Philippe Langlois (philpraxis)
on 2005-12-22 02:19
Is that something possible, i've been trying to get to the RAW headers
sent during a GET request on a page, and couldn't find where. I'm using
webrick.

Here are the tries I did to get access to it:

class ZController < ApplicationController
  def info
    #render :inline => request.inspect
    #render :inline => raw_header.inspect
    #render :inline => request_line.inspect
    #render :inline => req.inspect
    #render :inline => meta.inspect
    #render :inline => header.inspect
    #render :inline => headers.inspect # --> response headers
    #render :inline => $:.inspect
    #render :inline => $*.inspect
    #render :inline => $".inspect
    #render :inline => @request.inspect
    render :inline => inspect
  end
end

In the scope of the controller, I can't find such info. It seems it
could be very useful but it would somewhat be corrupting the neat
dependency on the CGI convention. I don't care too much about this, if
it requires some tweaking of webrick or RoR, it's ok, but I would need
to know what the simplest way.
Thanks
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