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http: show the request as headers even when split-sending #6328

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@bagder bagder commented Dec 15, 2020

When the initial request isn't possible to send in its entirety, the
remainder of request would be delivered to the debug callback as data
and would wrongly be counted internally as body-bytes sent.

Extended test 1295 to verify.

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When the initial request isn't possible to send in its entirety, the
remainder of request would be delivered to the debug callback as data
and would wrongly be counted internally as body-bytes sent.

Extended test 1295 to verify. Updated test 579.

Closes #6328
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When the initial request isn't possible to send in its entirety, the
remainder of request would be delivered to the debug callback as data
and would wrongly be counted internally as body-bytes sent.

Extended test 1295 to verify.

Closes #6328
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