Thanks Alex, I've actually tried advertising as both 1.0 and 1.1,
doesn't seem to make any difference, will try ht:Ln tonight.
On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 7:39 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wro=
> Hi Henrik,
>> Alex, you mentioned on IRC how to handle/read chunked content and of
>> course I forgot to save the buffer. Would you care to go through it
>> again please?
> This is fairly easy, when you use the functions 'ht:Out' and 'ht:In':
> =A0 (ht:Out T .. do printing ..)
> does chunked output, and
> =A0 (ht:In T .. do reading ..)
> the corresponding input. The first argument (here 'T') controls if there
> is any chunking at all.
> You could take the code in "lib/http.l", "lib/xhtml" and "lib/form.l" as
> an example. The global '*Chunked' is set in '_htHead' depending on the
> value of '*Http1', which in turn is zero or one, depending on the match
> of the first header line. For example,
> =A0 ((match '("P" "O" "S" "T" " " "/" @U " " "H" "T" "T" "P" "/" "1" "." =
> will set '@H' -> '*Http1' accordingly.
> Then further operation calls (ht:Out *Chunked ...).
> Besides this, you could also inhibit chunking simply by pretending to be
> a HTTP/1.0 server. Look in the 'http1' function in "lib/http.l". It
> outputs the response header depending on that global '*Http1', which
> could also be set by the program (independent of what the client sent)
> to zero before starting the response.
> - Alex
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