On Apr 16, 2007, at 3:55 PM, Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
On 16 Apr 2007, at 19:09 , Gary Poster wrote:
I suppose there are four choices: (a) special case strings to make
sure they are chunked the right way; (b) expect that the adapter
result will be chunked the right way, so that someone returning a
string will get bad performance and no error message; (c) puke if
someone returns a string; or (d) log it to a file, but then do (a).
I really don't like (b). A string is in fact iterable, so puking,
as with (c), seems unpleasant. I'm ok with (d) but it seems
excessively "naggy". Strings are *the* common case, so I prefer (a).
I'm more concretely +1 on (a) now that I've spelled out these
options. Since no one has given a true -1 on it, I will proceed
with that, unless we get further discussion.
Ok, as long as the WSGI-ish behaviour also works (that way it's
easy to explain Nonzopistas).
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