On Nov 13, 2007 9:33 PM, Martijn Faassen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> In zope.publisher.http, the status string for 200 is defined to be 'Ok',
> instead of 'OK', which is in the HTTP spec. Now status messages may,
> according to the spec, be replaced by 'local equivalents' without
> affecting the protocol, and the status messages in the spec are just
> examples. Still, it's a difference without a good reason.
> Changing this to 'OK' has some impact: particularly tests which verify
> the status string (which I'm currently writing) will break. Then again,
> thats' an easy fix.
> What do people think? Should this be fixed?

This came up before in a bug report on Launchpad, and it was decided
that to change this would break too much code relying on the spelling
of the response. Such code would be wrong, but there was not enough
reason to break things.

See https://bugs.launchpad.net/zope3/+bug/112109

Martijn Pieters
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