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From "Obele, Azubuko" <>
Subject CacheControlHeaderProvider uses semicolons instead of commas
Date Tue, 14 Sep 2010 19:24:23 GMT
The CacheControlHeaderProvider class separates the various cache-control headers with a semi-colon.
My reading of the HTTP 1.1 spec and pretty much any example that turns up on Google suggests
that commas should be used to separate the various cache-control headers. Is this a bug?


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