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HTTP client to support body decompression #473

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kachayev commented Jan 31, 2019

Covers #444, differences from clj-http API:

  1. :decompress-body? is set for the connection, not for the request

  2. :decompress-body? defaults to false when clj-http sets it to true. I will probably prefer the latest, but it would be a breaking change

  3. HttpContentDecompressor removes "Content-Encoding" header when done. A simple way to get the information of the origin content encoding (:orig-content-encoding with clj-http) is to introduce another pipeline handler that copies the value to another header "X-Origin-Content-Encoding". I don't see any use cases except debug (well, it's used in tests too). So I introduced another option to switch this ON and not waste resources when the user doesn't need it: :save-content-encoding?.

  4. It also automatically includes "Accept-Encoding" header as "gzip, deflate" if not set by the user manually.

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ztellman commented May 14, 2019

Approved for merging, pending fixing the conflicts.


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kachayev commented May 19, 2019

@ztellman Merged!

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