From: Jim Gettys <jg@pa.dec.com>

Date: Tue, 2 Jun 1998 14:34:22 -0700

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To: http-wg@cuckoo.hpl.hp.com

Date: Tue, 2 Jun 1998 14:34:22 -0700

Message-Id: <9806022134.AA23304@pachyderm.pa.dec.com>

To: http-wg@cuckoo.hpl.hp.com

I've added recent reports from Lester Waters of Microsoft, Robert Polansky of Raptor (Axent), Mike Belshe of Netscape; my thanks to them for filing them. There have been over 20 reports filed to date. I encourage others to submit reports. There are still some significant 1.1 implementations out there for which I don't have data. To make it easier to update reports, if people who have filed wish to drop me a note saying things like "I finished testing feature XXX", or "I found that my testing of feature XXX was broken or in error", I am willing to edit the existing reports to save people the effort of filling out the very long form from scratch... Anyone who can knock of features that don't have enough tested implementations would be highly appreciated... I've automated generating the reports so that updating that page is now easy for me to do. See: http://www.w3.org/Protocols/HTTP/Forum/Reports/ for the current state of reports. It has a rollup of all the data, and a list of features for which we are not Using the on-line data in the reprot should make it easier to figure out who has implementations to test against. There are a few features where I am skeptical proper testing has been done, which I plan to understand further to make myself confident we've met IETF rules. The list of untested implentations on the base spec continues to shrink. Some of the leftover features below are actually incorrect, as there are often no special requirements on proxies; we don't really need proxy implementations for those features (though we wouldn't mind having them; in fact, one might claim that a proxy that just passes the response back from the origin server is correct), and that therefore we have implementations in hand in any case... Features that do not have requirements on proxies include 202 Accepted, 203 Non-Authoritative Information, 205 Reset Content, 300 Multiple Choices, 303 See Other, 305 Multiple Choices, 410 Gone, 411 Length Required, 412 Precondition Failed, 413 Request Entity Too Large, 414 Request-URI Too Long, Content-MD5, TE, Trailer (if my quick look at the spec is correct). Clients Servers Proxies Feature 1t 3y 7n 2- 3t 2y 12n 0- 1t 1y 6n 0- H 10.2.3 202 Accepted 1t 2y 8n 2- 2t 2y 13n 0- 1t 1y 6n 0- H 10.2.4 203 Non-Authoritative Information 1t 2y 8n 2- 2t 1y 14n 0- 1t 1y 6n 0- H 10.2.6 205 Reset Content 2t 2y 8n 1- 2t 3y 12n 0- 0t 2y 6n 0- H 10.3.1 300 Multiple Choices 3t 4y 6n 0- 2t 3y 12n 0- 0t 3y 5n 0- H 10.3.4 303 See Other 2t 4y 7n 0- 1t 3y 12n 1- 1t 2y 5n 0- H 10.3.6 305 Use Proxy 2t 3y 7n 1- 2t 2y 13n 0- 1t 1y 6n 0- H 10.4.11 410 Gone 3t 5y 5n 0- 2t 6y 9n 0- 1t 3y 4n 0- H 10.4.12 411 Length Required 3t 4y 5n 1- 3t 7y 7n 0- 1t 3y 4n 0- H 10.4.13 412 Precondition Failed 2t 4y 6n 1- 3t 3y 11n 0- 1t 2y 5n 0- H 10.4.14 413 Request Entity Too Large 2t 3y 7n 1- 2t 2y 13n 0- 1t 1y 6n 0- H 10.4.15 414 Request-URI Too Long 1t 4y 7n 1- 2t 5y 10n 0- 1t 2y 5n 0- H 10.4.18 417 Expectation Failed 1t 5y 6n 1- 3t 5y 9n 0- 1t 3y 4n 0- H 13.3.3 Weak entity tags 2t 2y 9n 0- 1t 7y 9n 0- 1t 2y 5n 0- H 14.15 Content-MD5 3t 4y 4n 2- 5t 7y 5n 0- 1t 4y 3n 0- H 14.24 If-Match 3t 3y 6n 1- 4t 7y 6n 0- 1t 3y 4n 0- H 14.26 If-None-Match 3t 1y 8n 1- 2t 6y 9n 0- 1t 1y 6n 0- H 14.27 If-Range 3t 3y 7n 0- 1t 2y 14n 0- 1t 1y 6n 0- H 14.39 TE 3t 2y 8n 0- 0t 2y 15n 0- 0t 2y 6n 0- H 14.40 Trailer 3t 4y 4n 2- 1t 4y 11n 1- 1t 4y 3n 0- H 14.46 Warning Authentication is in poorer shape, where we need another pretty complete implementation to meet requirements. Our thanks to Ronald Tschalär, who has done a complete client implementation (though hasn't had a proxy to test the proxy authentication against). Clients Servers Proxies Feature 2t 0y 11n 0- 3t 5y 9n 0- 1t 0y 7n 0- A 3.2.1 WWW-Authenticate Digest 1t 0y 12n 0- 0t 1y 16n 0- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 3.2.1 qop-options auth 1t 0y 12n 0- 0t 0y 17n 0- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 3.2.1 qop-options auth-int 2t 0y 11n 0- 2t 5y 10n 0- 1t 0y 7n 0- A 3.2.2 Authorization Digest 1t 0y 12n 0- 0t 1y 16n 0- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 3.2.2 request qop auth 1t 0y 12n 0- 0t 0y 17n 0- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 3.2.2 request qop auth-int 2t 0y 11n 0- 2t 2y 13n 0- 1t 0y 7n 0- A 3.2.3 Authentication-Info Digest 1t 0y 12n 0- 0t 2y 15n 0- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 3.2.3 response qop auth 1t 0y 12n 0- 0t 0y 17n 0- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 3.2.3 response qop auth-int 2t 0y 11n 0- 1t 1y 11n 4- 1t 0y 7n 0- A 4.2 Proxy-Authenticate Digest 0t 1y 12n 0- 0t 0y 13n 4- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 4.2 Proxy qop-options auth 0t 1y 12n 0- 0t 0y 13n 4- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 4.2 Proxy qop-options auth-int 2t 0y 11n 0- 1t 1y 11n 4- 1t 0y 7n 0- A 4.2 Proxy Authorization Digest 0t 1y 12n 0- 0t 0y 13n 4- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 4.2 Proxy request qop auth 0t 1y 12n 0- 0t 0y 13n 4- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 4.2 Proxy request qop auth-int 1t 1y 11n 0- 1t 0y 12n 4- 1t 0y 7n 0- A 4.2 Proxy Authentication-Info Digest 0t 1y 12n 0- 0t 0y 13n 4- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 4.2 Proxy response qop auth 0t 1y 12n 0- 0t 0y 13n 4- 0t 0y 8n 0- A 4.2 Proxy response qop auth-int - Jim GettysReceived on Tuesday, 2 June 1998 14:36:10 EDT

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