Author facundobatista
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Date 2007-11-08.17:40:40
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So, for 302 error we should resend the request as POST (header with
lenght and data), and for the others we need to keep current behaviour.

Actually, we just need to code a new handling function for 302, and
leave the existing one as is.

What do you think?
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