Last modified: 2007-06-09 15:11:48 UTC
Fearing http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Full_file_list might be the
click of death for my modem, I proceeded to just do
$ HEAD on it, but as there is no Content-Length header, I dare not
proceed further. One probably must use a search engine to find out how
many bytes one should mentally prepare ones' self for.
Or fix apache or php or something.
In theory the output buffering should be able to add this when it does its thing.
Not sure what's the cleanest way to go about it. (eg, when the buffers are
canceled with ob_end_clean we should not end up with bogus headers... unless we
_are_ sending a 304, then maybe it should stay, as with the Content-Encoding for
gzip? or... ugh, have to look that one up)
Tim fixed this one up some time ago.