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bpo-36274: Encode request lines as Latin-1 #12314

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commented Mar 13, 2019

While this is out of spec according to RFC 7230 (which limits expected octets to some subset of ASCII), it is often useful to be able to mimic an out-of-spec client when testing a server or application.

Use Latin-1 in keeping with how we handle headers and bodies. This is the first fix proposed in the bug report; the second will also be submitted so reviewers can decide between fixes.

https://bugs.python.org/issue36274

https://bugs.python.org/issue36274

bpo-36274: Encode request lines as Latin-1
While this is out of spec according to RFC 7230 (which limits
expected octets to some subset of ASCII), it is often useful to
be able to mimic an out-of-spec client when testing a server or
application.

Use Latin-1 in keeping with how we handle headers and bodies.

https://bugs.python.org/issue36274

@tipabu tipabu force-pushed the tipabu:bpo-36274-latin-1 branch from f673e21 to 3d8161a Jul 8, 2019

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commented Sep 11, 2019

Closing for this reason.

@jaraco jaraco closed this Sep 11, 2019

@tipabu tipabu deleted the tipabu:bpo-36274-latin-1 branch Sep 11, 2019

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