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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@lnd.com>
Subject RE: [Not yet a PATCH] Extra CRLF in chunked response
Date Thu, 02 Mar 2000 06:04:38 GMT
Ok - this is even odder than I first imagined.  here's a very fragmentary
look at a cgi/pl script I am playing with... the <<< and >>> are my
inventions - the rest is the Apache response.

>>> First Block Follows:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2000 05:45:35 GMT
Server: Apache/2.0-dev
Transfer-Encoding: chunked
Content-Type: text/html

1fe7

<!DOCTYPE HTML ... PRINTING STEE
<<< End of block - note a CRLF follows after the 1fe7 bytes.
>>> Second Block Follows:
1000

L TO STEEL ...    <TH
<<< End of 2nd block - note a CRLF follows after the 1000 bytes.
>>>Third Block Follows:
1000

><A NAME="....style.display =
<<< End of 3nd block - note a CRLF follows after the 1000 bytes.
>>> Fourth Block Follows, now here it gets WEIRD:
57
'none'; }...</HTML>

<<< End of 4th and final block, CRLF follows after the 57, but wait...
>>> Closing Tag
0

<<< And end of Closing Tag, WORKS AS EXPECTED.

Here is what is SO ODD... the 57 in the 3rd block is followed by 2 spaces
and then a single CRLF, it is NOT followed by a blank line before the block
data!!!

Hope that helps all you bughunters - I'll pick it up tommorow (too tired -
need to do a build with a browser database before I pick back up).

Good luck,

Bill


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