On 6 Feb 2010, 17:34, email@example.com wrote:
On 4 Feb, 09:16 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
While I see tickets in the tracker for web2 and others for web, I couldn't find a 'cherry pick' list of things to be moved from web2 back into web.
Is there one?
Not really. It'd be great to have such a list. Any time anyone brings up their use of web2, I ask them what features it provides that caused them to select it or prevent them from switching to Twisted Web. One answer that a lot of people give is streaming access to uploads (which Twisted Web indeed makes very inconvenient now). There's a ticket for this, #288. The other answers people tend to give are "I don't know" or "nothing in particular". Sometimes they also say "HTTP/1.1 support", but when further questioned about this, they can't actually explain what that means.
I also depend on 100-Continue support. This is somehow related to #288, but not explicitly mentioned. If one wants to stream POST data, it's better to have 'expect/continue' working. It allows to check various conditions, including authentication before allowing the client to proceed.