Yes I changed that part in our descendent class as well. I did not notice
it contained a RFC-break--I just thought it would be better this way, so did
not report it.
On 5/15/07, Primož Gabrijelčič <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > What would happen with your code if the version is HTTP/0.9?
> > These are clients written before the HTTP1.0 RFC! I think you
> > need to parse the exact version number and also consider the
> > future versions as well:
> Exactly because of future versions I was testing against '1.0' and not
> '1.1'. I don't believe there are any HTTP/0.9 clients to be found in the
> real world. Are they?
> Still, HttpSrv is full of '1.0' and '1.1' tests and does not really
> 'upgrade' nicely to future HTTP protocols so it would be equally good to
> write the test as
> if FVersion = 'HTTP/1.1' then
> FKeepAlive := true;
> BTW, so you do agree that this is a bug?
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