policy request regex was too general (maybe) #1

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I swapped out the regex for the more specific one from the em-websocket dudes and incremented the version by 0.0.1. With Chrome 7 Beta at least, something involved in the handshake was sending the '<' character about 30% of the time.

Disclaimer: I be a ruby noob. :)

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I'm supprised that chrome was sending < in the HTTP request header. Can you reproduce the problem and send me the request data? I'd like to see it. However, your regex is more complete and I will pull it in.

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dansimpson commented Oct 29, 2010

I'm supprised that chrome was sending < in the HTTP request header. Can you reproduce the problem and send me the request data? I'd like to see it. However, your regex is more complete and I will pull it in.

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