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Re: [Patch] Support HTTP/2 in HTTP client

From: Tristan Colgate
Subject: Re: [Patch] Support HTTP/2 in HTTP client
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2020 16:00:54 +0100

http/2 is a substantially different protocol, it will take
considerable effort to support it, guile's client should only be
offering http/1.1 to the server.

On Tue, 31 Mar 2020 at 15:49, Derek Upham <address@hidden> wrote:
> Companies like Google now respond to HTTP requests with HTTP 2.
> For example:
>   curl --silent --head
> returns the first line
>   HTTP/2 200
> The Guile HTTP client code expects a “HTTP/x.y” structure, and
> treats this as an error.  This patch recognizes and handles
> “HTTP/2” on input and output.  HTTP version numbers don’t
> proliferate quickly, so the code uses a brute force approach for
> now.
> Derek
> --
> Derek Upham
> address@hidden

Tristan Colgate-McFarlane
  "You can get all your daily vitamins from 52 pints of guiness, and a
glass of milk"

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