Re: 301/302

Larry Masinter wrote:
> Why, you could have different configuration directives, so that
> .cgi files would be HTTP/1.0 and .cgi11 files would be HTTP/1.1,
> or .asp would be HTTP/1.0 and .asq would be HTTP/1.1, etc.
> It's easy for servers to have a mechanism for determining if
> a script is 1.0 or 1.1.

True, and we could have decided that there was no point in having
version numbers in HTTP, because we could just have a naming covention
for servers, www.* == HTTP/0.9, www10.* == HTTP/1.0, www11.* ==

It may work, but its junk.



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Received on Wednesday, 30 July 1997 10:48:52 UTC