It seems, $auth.nonce contains cnonce value. Is it okay?
And why not make $auth.cnonce variable?
I checked the code, and indeed, the $auth.nonce returnd the cnonce ; and there is nothing to return (correctly) the cnonce value.
I will fix $auth.nonce and add $auth.cnonce .
Please test the attached fix.
Thanks and regards,
Thank you for very fast fix. Now it works as expected.
I commited the patch on GIT (and sync'ed with SVN).
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