Great. I've checked out the code and have a few questions.
> - You can set multiple (e.g. cookie) headers
> - One can download large files to disk, or upload large files from disk
If I #set_response_body_storage `Memory, what happens if the response
is larger than 16 MB?
Presumably #response_body returns a mime_body_ro, and I can then use
#response_body#open_value_rd () to get an in_obj_channel, but is there
a way to pass this smoothly into PXP? I'd prefer not to have to mess
with temporary files if that is avoidable.
> - No performance problems for large downloads
Never noticed any performance problems before, but this is still a
> - Support for non-standard HTTP methods
> - Improved authentication framework
> - Improved compatibility to ocamlnet, esp. headers and bodies are
> represented with the classes defined in Netmime.
> - Experimental support for connection caching
Connection caching is useful when you have multiple pipelines, right?
In all our programs we share a single pipeline (they are all single
threaded), so I'm assuming we would never need to use this feature.
Richard Jones, CTO Merjis Ltd.
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