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RE: checkout, update, and commit are slow using WinXP client with a WebDav repo

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-07-21 06:24:07 CEST

Quoth Erik Pilz <mailto:epilz@altastrada.com>:
> Comparing the SVN debug output to the output from Ethereal
> there's one interesting thing that I noticed: the
> content-length header is set to 204 bytes, but the actual
> body size seems to be 205 bytes.

That sounds like an HTTP quirk that's fairly common; technically a
request is supposed to end with a CRLF, but that shouldn't be part of
the request content itself (since it's part of the HTTP structure, not
the document). So in theory it should be sending two bytes extra. But
commonly implementations just use \n (sending LF only, not CRLF),
perhaps through ignorance, perhaps laziness, perhaps because under some
conditions the code compiled under Windows will magically translate \n
to CRLF for you (and sending LF only is better than sending CRCRLF)...

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