Re: HTTP response version, again

> I think the problem is more fundamental. If we force HTTP/1.0 clients
> to accept HTTP/1.1 reponses, they also have to accept HTTP/1.2,
> HTTP/1.7, etc responses. That of course means no HTTP/1.x header can
> ever contain something which causes problems with HTTP/1.0 clients.

	That's correct. That *is* why it's called HTTP/1.x, and not

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Received on Monday, 30 December 1996 13:24:36 UTC