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* Didier PH Martin wrote:
>Thanks for the pointer John. After having read the doc I noticed that it
>handles static documents (and quite well I should say), but doesn't handle
>dynamically transformed XML documents on the basis of the "accept" header.
From a performance point of view, this does not make sense. Generate
your static documents once, not millions of times. Generate them on
your own, don't let millions of clients do it for you again and again.
>expected to find that in cocoon but couldn't find that feature in this
>server extension. It seems that cocoon handles only the "user-agent" pattern
>match but not the "accept" request. Maybe I am wrong and didn't checked at
>the right place and I'll do a second reading but up to now, no, cocoon seems
>to not be totally compliant with the HTTP 1.1 specs, at least when it is a
>question of dynamic transformations based on the user agent format
This does not relate to HTTP user agent compliance.