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Re: lynx-dev problem with tvgen

From: brian j. pardy
Subject: Re: lynx-dev problem with tvgen
Date: Sat, 3 Oct 1998 17:43:45 -0700

Laura Eaves wrote:
> > Date: Sat, 3 Oct 1998 16:31:11 -0700
> > From: "brian j. pardy" <address@hidden>
> >...
> > Are these two separate lines in your actual trace file? If so, there's
> > probably a buffer that all those cookies won't all fit in in the HTTP
> > request sending code.
> >
> > Anyone know offhand if it is acceptable for a browser to send two 
> > 'Cookie:' headers? If so, we can split cookies before this buffer limit,
> > if not, can the buffer be increased? 
> >
> > That is, assuming this is the problem.
> I looked in my trace file and there is a newline there.
> Is that illegal?
> I don't know anyting about the headers exchanged with http.

Okay, then that would be illegal.

> If you want to make sure the newline is there you could probably
> run lynx on and see if you can reproduce the error.
> I also renew my earlier request that someone try running netscape
> and/or msie on this site.
> Thanx in advance!

I'll give it a try, and start taking a look.

> > -- 
> > Honesty is for the most part less profitable than dishonesty.
> >             -- Plato
> I disagree with thtis quuote btw...:)
> --le

Heh. I would tend to as well, but it's interesting at least... :)

Real Programs don't use shared text.  Otherwise, how can they
use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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