adawit at kde.org
Sun Feb 21 01:24:20 GMT 2010
On Saturday 20 February 2010 18:44:23 Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> On Sunday 21 February 2010, Dawit Alemayehu wrote:
> > SVN commit 1093469 by adawit:
> > - Updated the 'content-disposition' meta data. It has been split into
> > two and the old one no longer works.
> > ** Please update this file if and when you change meta data values.
> > **
> > CCMAIL:kde-core-devel at kde.org
> > M +2 -2 DESIGN.metadata
> > --- branches/KDE/4.4/kdelibs/kio/DESIGN.metadata #1093468:1093469
> > @@ -45,8 +45,8 @@
> > Languages string Language(s) send in the
> > "Accept-Language:" HTTP Request Header.
> > -content-
> > -disposition string Suggested name to Save a file as as
> > returned by a HTTP Header Response. +content-disposition-type
> > string Type of content-disposition: "inline" or "attachement.
> > +content-disposition-filename string Filename suggested by the
> > server under which the HTTP response should be saved as.
> > request-id number Sequence number to identify requests
> > in a MultiGet command.
> How does this change relate to our source and binary compatibility
> guarantees? It will surely break all applications relying on the removed
> content-disposition meta data.
I did not make that change. I am simply merely updating the documentation
because I was bitten by the issue and had to go and read the http ioslave
documentation to find out why. I believe/assume whomever did it, did it before
the 4.0 release ????
Anyhow, I will leave it up to the person that made the modification to respond
to your question...
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