Re: HTTP response version, again

You, Bob Jernigan, wrote:
++ > In my opinion, the server should not include HTTP/1.1 headers which are
++ > not part of HTTP/1.0 when responding to a HTTP/1.0 request, and label
++ > the response as being HTTP/1.0.
++ > 
++ > Abigail
++ > 
++ It's not the response that being labeled by the HTTP/1.1 header, it's
++ the server's capability.  There would be no reason to send an HTTP
++ header if it only had to match the client's request.

It doesn't have to match. A server could respond with an HTTP header
*less* than the request.


Received on Monday, 30 December 1996 09:10:57 UTC