On Sat, 9 Aug 1997, Roy T. Fielding wrote:

> The major version number indicates the message format, which is the
> case and has always been the case.  Look at an HTTP/1.1 message (any
> valid message) and point out the part which is not valid HTTP/1.0
> other than the HTTP-version field.

A valid HTTP/1.1 request message with an entity and a "Transfer-Encoding:
chunked" header (and therefore without a content-length) is not a valid 
HTTP/1.0 request, according to RFC 1945 7.2.2.


Received on Sunday, 10 August 1997 13:58:25 UTC