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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13986] - remove default MIME-type
Date Fri, 07 Feb 2003 14:58:16 GMT
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remove default MIME-type





------- Additional Comments From info@orangexl.com  2003-02-07 14:58 -------
He does have a point. The current RFC is somewhat outdated, since it oversees 
the fact that there are hostile servers which sends wrong MIME-type's on 
purpose.

I heard several years ago that HTTP/1.2 was in the works. But along the way, it 
seem to have died (somehwere in 1996). This is part of the issue. Should Apache 
follow an (perhaps) outdated RFC which is unlikely to be updated?

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