Saturday, July 31, 2010

Re: Get request path without having a request object

I think perhaps I'll also put this problem another way. I need to
cache data against the current web request without having the Django
built request object.

On Jul 31, 4:56 pm, cootetom <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Is there any way of getting the request.path value without having the
> request object that Django pass's around. Is there something similar
> to os.environ for the web request where I can get the path?
> I'm developing an app that needs to cache data on a page basis but the
> data may come from any Python code that is run for the request or it
> may come from the template layer via custom template tags. I don't
> want to have to pass the request path around in order to eventually
> pass it to my caching code for use in the cache key. I just want to be
> able to find the request path from my caching code.
> Possible?

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