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- Subject: Re: Access received headers from socket.http in storing sink
- From: Diego Nehab <diego@...>
- Date: Sun, 10 Jan 2010 19:54:03 -0500 (EST)
If you don't mind the extra connection, you can simply send
a HEAD request before the GET request. That will give you
the headers independently.
Oh, why the inconsistency (I'll check upon the reason tomorrow, but
you got me curious) ?
It's not an inconsistency. The HEAD method returns *just*
the headers. :)
Sorry, I meant why would HEAD give me headers independently while GET
would concatenate them (note: I can't check upon the sources right now
so I might misunderstand this)
HEAD also conctenates. We were talking about a different
issue. The issue of having access to "content-length" before
downloading, right? There can't be more than one
"content-length" per response header...