[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH]Add one CRLF to http headers if necessary

Nicolas George george at nsup.org
Tue Mar 10 09:39:50 CET 2015

Le nonidi 19 ventôse, an CCXXIII, Michael Niedermayer a écrit :
> there should be a loop that replaces each sequence of any \n\r by a single
> crlf sequency

> also ensure that one such sequence is at the end

I believe this would be correct.

> using no \r \n codes but only litteral bytes and

This part would also be correct, but I believe it is completely unnecessary:
POSIX specifies the byte value of \r and \n (the C standard does not), and
AFAIK we never had bug reports that could even remotely be linked to that
issue. And seriously, if a compiler were to use different values, FATE would
fail all over the place immediately.

It does not matter much, since this is equivalent, but I believe most C
programmers will find \n and \r much more readable than \012 and \015 or
even \x0a and \x0d; I do.


  Nicolas George
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