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Re: Issue? Using via Apache, GET response headers do not include Content-MD5

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-10-27 02:40:27 CEST

I don't think it's a deliberate thing, nor would it be hard to do.
But you haven't told us why we should bother. :). Are we violating
some spec?

On 10/26/07, Eric Johnson <eric@tibco.com> wrote:
> I asked this question over on the user list, and got directed here.
>
> This is certainly a minor issue, if it even is one.
>
> My company has Subversion set up using Apache. If I use an HTTP GET on a
> file, there is no Content-MD5 header in the response, even though using
> the command-line cadaver client, I can do a "propget" request on the
> file, and there is a md5-checksum property for that same resource. It
> seems to me that if the data is available, SVN ought to provide it, but
> maybe this is difficult to do?
>
> Should I file an issue for this? Is this by design?
>
> -Eric.
>
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