[ee122] What to save to disk?
nescionomen at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 16:45:46 PDT 2007
Why is it text/txt instead of text/plain? I thought text/plain is what is
used in real life-- if not, when do we use text/plain in real life instead
On 10/31/07, Daniel Killebrew <dank at eecs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> Peter Bogatsky wrote:
> > If the client requests a directory, and the server responds with the
> > result of the 'ls' command, does the client save this output to disk
> > (using the special cases of simple file names in the spec ie. 'dir',
> > 'dot', 'dotdot', etc.), or does it just print it out to stdout? Also,
> > if it does save the response to disk, what should the Content-Type
> > header be?
> > I'm assuming text/txt.
> Correct again. (this question has been answered before here on
> newsgroup.... :)
> > Thanks,
> > Peter
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