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Ruby CookieJar
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  **Git**:	[http://github.com/dwaite/cookiejar](http://github.com/dwaite/cookiejar)

  **Author**:	David Waite 

[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/dwaite/cookiejar.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/dwaite/cookiejar)

Synopsis
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The Ruby CookieJar is a library to help manage client-side cookies in pure Ruby. It enables parsing and setting of cookie headers, alternating between multiple 'jars' of cookies at one time (such as having a set of cookies for each browser or thread), and supports persistence of the cookies in a JSON string.

Both Netscape/RFC 2109 cookies and RFC 2965 cookies are supported.

Roadmap
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For the Next major release, I would like to accomplish:

1. Check against [RFC 6265 - HTTP State Management Mechanism][rfc6265], the latest cookie spec which came out after the initial release of cookiejar
2. Determine better code structure to encourage alternate persistence mechanisms for cookie jars

[rfc6265]: http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6265
COPYRIGHT
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The Ruby CookieJar is Copyright © 2009-2014 David Waite, with [additional contributions from various authors][contributions]. Licensing terms are given within the [LICENSE file][LICENSE].

[contributions]: ./contributors.json
[LICENSE]: ./LICENSE