Author rhettinger
Recipients barry, benjamin.peterson, brett.cannon, hdiogenes, rhettinger
Date 2008-06-04.07:37:31
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One idea:  in http.client.HTTPMessage, inherit from email.Message, 
modify the addheaders/addcontinue/readheaders methods to use the 
methods in Message.   Then, change the instantiation in HTTPResponse to 
self.msg = email.parser.Parser(_class=HTTPMessage).parsestr(io.BytesIO
()).  

Something similar may apply to pydoc.  FYI, I believe there is a 
pending discussion about whether to keep pydoc in Py3.0.
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