On 07/20/2010 06:01 PM, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> On 2010-7-20 17:39, Christian Theune wrote:
>> I just rejected issue
>> There might be room for different oppinions and if anyone would like to
>> veto the decision, I'd welcome a discussion.
> Your rejection contains an assumption that the request won't make it to
> the application. Is that assumption testable?
I guess so.
I think it's relatively clear that the application server should
insulate the application from malignant requests.
The details probably depend on the HTTP implementation. zope.server,
zope.app.twisted, Paster and others might deal with this differently.
Looking at the interfaces between those parts of the application it
makes no sense to have syntactially invalid requests end up on the
At least, WRT this bug, I don't think it's a good idea to ask explicitly
for bad requests to go to the application as the test layer should model
real server behaviour as closely as possible. And again it wouldn't make
sense anyway as you can't pass an unparsable request to the application.
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