Re: draft-ietf-httpbis-header-structure-00 for general structured data

> On 23 Dec. 2016, at 12:39 pm, Julian Reschke <> wrote:
> On 2016-12-22 19:38, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
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>> In message <>
>> , Ian Clelland writes:
>>> With JFV, I'd declare a policy with a header value like this:
>>> {"feature1": ["http://origin1","http://origin2"]], "feature2": ["http://origin3", "http://origin4"], "feature3": []}
>>> Trying my best to shoehorn this structure into CS, I do notice that nothing
>>> in the grammar or the text says that duplicate identifiers in an
>>> <h1_element> aren't allowed, so I suppose I could write something like this:
>>> >feature1;o="http://origin1";o="http://origin2",feature2;o="http://origin3";o="http://origin4",feature3<
>> That's how I would do it as well.
> Using identical parameter names sounds like a bad idea; I'm not aware of any header field that currently uses this format, and it also seems to contradict the "dictionary" data model.

Link allows it, and IIRC some link relations take advantage of that (although I can't think of their names ATM).

Mark Nottingham

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