[erlang-questions] What lib to use for http requests
Mon Dec 15 00:40:48 CET 2014
Sure, would be idiot to implement obsolete or superseded RFCs .
but is it smart to have dozen of «same» applications/modules that cannot be compared each other, or even against the IETF reference ?
Some inefficient entropy. With brilliant works fulling cimetary.
However, being RFC compliant is not enough, as far RFC texts are full of SHOULD and SHOULD NOT...
But easier to say «RFC compliant with option this, but not option that.»
Erlang community is growing, and contributors are now numerous.
Could be a great motivation, each one its own RFC.
« Envoyé depuis mon mobile » Eric
Fred Hebert <mononcqc@REDACTED> a écrit :
>On 12/14, Eric Pailleau wrote:
>> ok but RFC 2616 or 2817 ? (or even historical 1945 ?)
>By the way you also have RFCs 7230..7235 now, superseding the two previous
>HTTP/1.1 versions. (not sure if anyone would have wanted the 26 drafts
>in between too: http://trac.tools.ietf.org/wg/httpbis/trac/browser#draft-ietf-httpbis)
>Best of luck to whoever decides to go for literal RFC support for this.
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