Re: JSON headers

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, Yanick Rochon writes:

>> >b) relying on the uniqueness is a problem anyway (due to how JSON works).
>> Sorry, but I have no idea what you are saying there...
>I believe he is saying that standardized JSON parsers do not care for
>duplication in JSON properties, and simply overwrite any previous values,
>which is as defined in the specs and an expected behaviour, which does not
>resolve the issue at all.

As long as no implementation prefers the first key/value pair, that
does resolve the "smuggling" issue.

>I personally would favor a strict enforcement, where a duplicated key
>should generate errors, but this is agains the specs...

I'm still confused, which specs say you can have duplicate keys ?

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