On Wed, 2004-05-19 at 15:51, Oliver Bock wrote:
> I have also had this problem of file corruption in uploads. For me it
> only happens when I am using Safari on my Mac; it works fine on IE 6 on
> Windows. Clearly Safari's file upload could not be broken for the
> general case. If it was then Apple would have patched it by now.
> Therefore I think there is something about the way that Safari does the
> upload that provokes a bug in w4py.
Well now that you mention it, I remember that Opera and Safari both do
proper multi-file upload, as opposed to Moz/MSIE. Of course, I can't use
MSIE for testing, because I was silly enough to use the button element
in my forms.
> When I have seen the corruption in text files I have noticed that it is
> not randomly corrupting characters. Rather, bits of the file were
> missing or repeated (I'm not sure which.)
Neither am I, but since I stole the current version of my upload code
from another of our projects, I decided to try it on the machine that
project runs on.
It works flawlessly.
Grrr... The other machine runs FreeBSD as opposed to my Gentoo, and more
importantly Apache 1.whatever.
Looks like this is an Apache2 linked problem.
Thanks for responding so quickly though!