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permanent

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Ruby on Rails latest stable (v4.1.8) - 0 notes - Class: ActionController::CookieJar
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Method deprecated or moved

This method is deprecated or moved on the latest stable version. The last existing version (v2.3.8) is shown here.

These similar methods exist in v4.1.8:

permanent() public

Returns a jar that’ll automatically set the assigned cookies to have an expiration date 20 years from now. Example:

  cookies.permanent[:prefers_open_id] = true
  # => Set-Cookie: prefers_open_id=true; path=/; expires=Sun, 16-Dec-2029 03:24:16 GMT

This jar is only meant for writing. You’ll read permanent cookies through the regular accessor.

This jar allows chaining with the signed jar as well, so you can set permanent, signed cookies. Examples:

  cookies.permanent.signed[:remember_me] = current_user.id
  # => Set-Cookie: discount=BAhU--848956038e692d7046deab32b7131856ab20e14e; path=/; expires=Sun, 16-Dec-2029 03:24:16 GMT
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