Re: problem with chunked encoding in http1.1

chunked is also required on any message that has any transfer-encoding
other than chunked or identity (e.g. gzip). This removes ambiguity of
whether content-length refers to the encoded or unencoded


[Nathan J. Yoder: Thu, Jul 05, 2001 at 01:48:39PM -0400]
> Ignore the second part of the last message, I didn't read the full response
> in one of the e-mails.  That's right, chunked transfer enocoding is good for
> messages of indeterminate length (like CGI generated responses), else it
> would require caching the message in memory before sending (to determine the
> length).

Received on Thursday, 5 July 2001 19:13:50 UTC