[Web-SIG] Revising environ['wsgi.input'].readline in the WSGI specification
manlio_perillo at libero.it
Mon Nov 17 22:29:18 CET 2008
Ian Bicking ha scritto:
>> Fine for me, but of course we need to do this as:
>> 1) Errata to WSGI 1.0
>> 2) WSGI 1.1
>> 3) WSGI 2.0
>> You can't just modify the current WSGI 1.0 spec.
>> I'm for 2), with the other clarifications about WSGI we have discussed
>> in the past.
> I'm for 1. What other clarifications were you thinking of?
Here is a list of messages I have posted in the past.
- start_response and error checking
25 September 2007
- hop-by-hop headers handling
1 October 2007
- HTTP_CONTENT_TYPE and HTTP_CONTENT_LENGTH
12 December 2007
- a possible error in the WSGI spec
20 December 2007
- calling start_response and the write from a separate thread
27 December 2007
- WSGI and PEP 325
20 May 2008
I'm rather sure there were other threads about clarifications of WSGI 1.0.
One of these was about if a WSGI gateway is allowed to skip the
generation of the request body (assuming the WSGI applications returns a
generator) if this is not required (the client cached copy of the
request entity is up to date and the server is going to return 304 Not
Regards Manlio Perillo
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