Ok, that was my though, so I have uninstalled IE6, just incase the install
was broken, and I will do some more testing tonight. I really need to put
this to one side in favour of another caching problem I have been asked to
look at though. I will probably pick it up again in a day or two.
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From: "Martijn Jacobs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Monday, December 10, 2001 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: [Zope-dev] RAMCacheManager and gzip
> > There is zlib support in Python, and it is used in Medusa already.
> > does not call it, but the compression stuff is there.
> > There is one good reason not to use zlib though, Micro$oft Internet
> > Distorter does not support content-encoding: gzip and for
> > compress it expects data to be compressed using the Unix compress
> > think someone reported this already... oh well)
> Hmm, how does mod_gzip compress it then? In every request I get from IE
> includes the "accept-encoding: gzip" string, and apache is sending it
> gzip-compressed back. Do you mean that the mod_gzip is compressing it
> different then zlib?
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