#6060: Http_socket does not handle persistent connections properly
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    Reporter:  tcossairt                                   |         Owner:     
      
        Type:  Enhancement                                 |        Status:  
new      
    Priority:  Medium                                      |     Milestone:  
1.2.x.x  
   Component:  General                                     |       Version:  
1.2 Final
    Severity:  Major                                       |    Resolution:     
      
    Keywords:  http socket http_socket keep alive timeout  |   Php_version:  
PHP 5    
Cake_version:                                              |  
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Changes (by the_undefined):

  * type:  Bug => Enhancement

Comment:

 Hey tcossairt. Yes, HttpSocket does not support keep-alive connections at
 this point. Can you explain your use case for that a little?

 I'm making this an enhancement as support for keep-alive was not planed at
 this point.

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