[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 25352] REGRESSION (r42322): style isn't applied at bmwusa.com due to Content-Type with comma in it

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Sat May 2 12:57:07 PDT 2009


------- Comment #11 from darin at apple.com  2009-05-02 12:57 PDT -------
OK, this jogs my memory a bit.

The comma simply separates multiple field values. This can be used in any HTTP
header field. So a Content-Type with a comma in it (outside of quotes) is
actually two separate Content-Type header fields.

So one question is how we should handle multiple Content-Type header fields:
Ignore all fields after the first? Ignore all fields we don’t know how to

And of course we’d like to match the RFC as closely as possible and match Gecko
as closely as possible too. But I think fixes involving characters other than
the comma should be tracked by other bugs.

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