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From: "PaweĊ‚ Hajdan
To: gentoo-dev@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-dev] automated bug filing (i.e. pybugz) failing because of missing token
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 17:09:16
1 If you wonder why I stopped filing new stabilization request, the
2 pybugz-based script that was filing those bugs started failing.
4 I have added some debugging statements to see what's going on, and
5 here's what says as a response to pybugz's
6 request to create a new bug:
8 <div class="throw_error">
9 It looks like you didn't come from the right page (you have no valid
10 token for
11 the <em>create_bug</em> action while processing the
12 'post_bug.cgi' script). The reason could be one of:<br>
13 <ul>
14 <li>You clicked the "Back" button of your web browser after having
15 successfully
16 submitted changes, which is generally not a good idea (but
17 harmless).</li>
18 <li>You entered the URL in the address bar of your web browser
19 directly,
20 which should be safe.</li>
21 <li>You clicked on a URL which redirected you here <b>without your
22 consent</b>,
23 in which case this action is much more critical.</li>
24 </ul>
25 Are you sure you want to commit these changes anyway? This may result in
26 unexpected and undesired results.
27 </div>
29 And there is a form below etc. etc. Note that only filing new bugs is
30 affected (updating existing ones works fine).
32 It's possible to repro with the command-line bugz tool (bugz ... post).
34 I'm using pybugz-0.9.3 and I'm connecting to
36 I posted this issue here because it's not obvious what to do with it.
37 That version of pybugz worked for me before (20 February 2012).
39 Any ideas?


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