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From petite_abeille <>
Subject Re: [HttpClient] Replacing the JDK's HttpClient?
Date Tue, 09 Mar 2004 19:09:56 GMT
Hi Oleg,

On Mar 09, 2004, at 19:34, Oleg Kalnichevski wrote:

> Currently HttpClient provides a partial implementation of
> HttpURLConnection.

I saw that. But it seems to be more like a, er, esquisse, than a full 
blown implementation of a protocol handler [1].

>  The problem is (at least in my opinion) that
> HttpURLConnection is so badly broken that this hardly makes a lot of
> sense to simulate its behaviour.

Right... I'm not interested in replicating HttpURLConnection 
implementation quirks, but rather in a consistent API.

> So far nobody has felt compelled to
> step in and provide a plug-in HttpURLConnection replacement based on
> HttpClient code

Bummer :/

Providing a more solid, but API compatible, implementation build on top 
of Common's HttpClient would be a killer in my opinion :)

Oh, well...




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