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Re: ra_dav compression question

From: Chris Hecker <checker_at_d6.com>
Date: 2003-06-24 03:10:31 CEST

>>bidirectionally without a SetInputFilter. Anyway, I can probably do the
>>work on neon, but I still don't know how to negotiate the compression. Any
>>ideas on that?
>As I've been trying to say, you can't. -- justin

So it's in apache why, exactly? And how do the other WebDAV clients do it
(perhaps I should try to contact that mod_deflate author and find out for
sure)? Or, are you just saying you can't negotiate it, so you just do it
and send Content-Encoding: gzip (based on some per-server svn config
setting mirroring http-compression) and hope it works, or optionally resend
if it doesn't (although that might be harder if the data's not around anymore)?


PS. I found the User-Agent problem in ssl.conf (it disables keepalive for
all MSIE browsers on SSL connections).

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