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Author pitrou
Recipients m.sucajtys, orsenthil, pitrou, rosslagerwall, vstinner
Date 2010-12-16.14:02:08
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> It does. Doesn't it? Because I saw in your patch that you fall back on
> HTTP 1.0 behaviour when the server does not return a status line and
> in which case a Exception will be raise and this issue won't be
> observed.

I don't think you understood the issue here. Calling readline() without
a maximum length means the process memory potentially explodes, if the
server sends gigabytes of data without a single "\n".
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2010-12-16 14:02:10pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, orsenthil, vstinner, m.sucajtys, rosslagerwall
2010-12-16 14:02:08pitroulinkissue6791 messages
2010-12-16 14:02:08pitroucreate