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Standardize Content-Type capitalization #146

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@jimhester jimhester commented Sep 8, 2014

While apparently the header fields are supposed to be case insensitive,
#142 shows at least some systems do not follow the spec properly. So
we might as well standardize all uses of Content-Type in the same
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@hadley hadley commented Sep 9, 2014

Could you please also add a note to NEWS?

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While apparently the header fields are supposed to be case insensitive,
 r-lib#142 shows at least some systems do not follow the spec properly.  So
we might as well standardize all uses of `Content-Type` in the same
way.
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@jimhester jimhester commented Sep 9, 2014

Added note to news and rebased on the current master. In the first pull request I had neglected to update the remote, sorry!

There was an extra block I missed when I was doing the merge
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@jimhester jimhester commented Sep 9, 2014

Ok this should be good after travis passes, I missed a block when I was fixing merge conflicts the first time.

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Standardize Content-Type capitalization
@hadley hadley merged commit 397fd08 into r-lib:master Sep 11, 2014
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