* shren <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [000827 03:24]:
> On Sat, 26 Aug 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Sound fair?
>   Sounds bad.  Going to a broken version of the standard just because
> other programs are broken is a bad idea.  It is "\r\n".  Changing it to
> anything else will cause lots of problems in the future.

"Be strict in what you produce, and liberal in what you accept."
I would accept either "\r", "\n", or "\r\n" as an end of line.
Macs use one, Unixen use another, Windows uses the third.

Yeah, I know it's a pain.  I wrote an HTTP proxy, and it was a pain
when I had to do it.  But it's simple code to write, and it works with
any client.

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