On 29-Aug-05 09:51:00 Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote:

>> Huu??? No no, this is the "original" version made by Xavier. What I
>> wrote referred to my version.
>> I just sent a release candidate to Francois, wait his announcement.

>It was the latest version available from the ICS web site.  If GZIP did
>not work in that version, why was it posted atall?  Why was it still
>there three months later?  Why did you keep insist people test it if
>you knew it did not work?

Excuse me, but how I can know that you have missed the key messages
and don't download the file that we are speaking?

There are a snipped of messages from Francois in this mailing list:

Subject: [twsocket] HTTP client component and document encoding
Date: 21 Jul 2005 17:15:19 GMT

Maurizio Lotauro is working on the HTTP client component to extend the work
already done by Xavier Le Bris (gzip support). The idea is to have a general
mechanism in the component to register encoding system so that adding new
encoding scheme doesn't require component change.

Preliminary code is available from
Any comment is welcome !

Subject: [twsocket] Fw: Update for HTTP Content Coding
Date: 2 Aug 2005 18:30:37 GMT

From: "Maurizio Lotauro"
> in this update the OnDocData is involved in the decompression.
> I post some question to the ML so we can discuss with other people.

I have uploaded Maurizio code at

And the last one:

Subject: [twsocket] Release candidate for HttpCli with data compressionsupport
Date: 29 Aug 2005 16:45:49 GMT

> there is the release candidate of the content coding changes.

The file is available from the ICS web page.
See below for details.

Bye, Maurizio.

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