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From Nicolás Lichtmaier <n...@debian.org>
Subject Re: Content-length
Date Tue, 25 Jan 2000 03:01:14 GMT
> >  The first time can be buffered, and the content-length printed as well.
> > Buffer has other benefits. With buffering, if a problem arises the user
> > might be shown another page, because nothing has been sent.
> 
> You could have your buffer and eat it too if you were talking to
> a HTTP/1.1 client since I assume you could use chunked transfer
> coding. You could have your buffer set to 20K (or whatever your
> adaptive algorithm determines) and send it out either as normal
> or chunked depending on whether the content was done. 

 I didn't get what you said, but anyway, you don't speak HTTP, the webserver
does. You can't "send a chunk".

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