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Author orsenthil
Recipients eric.araujo, exarkun, giampaolo.rodola, gregory.p.smith, jhylton, loewis, orsenthil, pitrou, stutzbach
Date 2010-12-17.05:05:53
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If a client sends a request without specifying the version, GET /, then the Python server should behave like other common servers are behaving, namely support rfc 1945 for HTTP 1.0 spec and return the response without headers.

Removing the HTTP 0.9 from the http.client is okay. But punishing *any client* for not sending the correct request is not so desirable, especially when there are other servers which are lenient to his behavior for whatever reasons.

So, I am not a firm +1 to this. We should arrive a conclusion and then go about with the change. Martin's point is valid here too.
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2010-12-17 05:05:55orsenthilsetrecipients: + orsenthil, loewis, jhylton, gregory.p.smith, exarkun, pitrou, giampaolo.rodola, stutzbach, eric.araujo
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