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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 16521] - caches MUST treat invalid Expires values as in the past
Date Mon, 07 Jul 2003 18:41:21 GMT
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caches MUST treat invalid Expires values as in the past





------- Additional Comments From coad@measurement-factory.com  2003-07-07 18:41 -------
Getting closer! With the proposed patch, "0" and "yesterday"
cases pass as do other 8 cases in this "bad Expires" clause.

However, one test case still fails. The failed test case deals
with dates in RFC 850 format followed by junk. Perhaps Apache
is forgetting to check that no "extra" characters exist after
partsing RFC 850 dates correctly? The trace for the failed case
is attached.

Thank you.

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