From brendan's comments on bug 92598: > Just curious, not picking nits or asking for changes: why PL_strcasestr rather > than PL_strcasecmp, or perhaps something more complicated that strips leading > and trailing whitespace (tho I'd hope that PeekHeader does that for you)? Are > all the values guaranteed not to be substrings of other legal values? Can you > have random garbage around the no-store and get the desired results, according > to the spec? > > /be it's possible that future versions of HTTP might define header values which would "overlap" with existing HTTP/1.1 header values. it is also likely that servers could send us garbage, which could be mistaken for a HTTP/1.1 header value.
I've seen servers send Cache-Control: "no-cache", so we have to be a bit flexible. I don't have an example url which springs to mind, though.
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Assignee: darin → nobody
QA Contact: benc → networking.http
Target Milestone: Future → ---
fixed by bug 325808 afaict *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 325808 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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