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Re: Problem with checksums...

From: <joe_at_manyfish.co.uk>
Date: 2003-01-21 21:03:02 CET

On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 04:53:35PM -0800, Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
 What happens is that neon is transparently decompressing the response since
 it has Content-Encoding: x-gzip in the header. Note that you don't need
 mod_deflate triggered (I don't think it would compress twice because it
 tries to prevent this). Therefore, Subversion gets a truly corrupt file -
 it's uncompressed when it's not really supposed to be.
 ne_compress.c line 247 has:
 if (ctx-enchdr strcasecmp(ctx-enchdr, gzip) == 0) {
 x-gzip matches. Perhaps it'd be nice if we could get neon to only
 recognize 'gzip' rather than 'x-gzip.' I don't know if that's legal or not.

Are you sure that is right? That strcasecmp won't match x-gzip.

On the legality: there is a SHOULD requirement in 2616 that x-gzip is
treated equivalent to gzip but if everything else you said is right,
you would seem to have provided a good rationale for *not* treating
x-gzip and gzip the same...



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