[CalendarServer-dev] GET with if-none-match
Wilfredo Sánchez Vega
wsanchez at wsanchez.net
Thu Aug 14 14:20:41 PDT 2008
Our ETags are usually MD5 sums, not timestamp-looking things. Is
this for non-calendar resources?
I'm not aware of any cases where we stick on "-gzip", for example.
On Aug 4, 2008, at 3:42 AM, Helge Heß wrote:
> I'm using GET with an if-none-match header to check whether content
> changed on the server, it looks like:
> If-None-Match: "20080725T101321Z-0", "20080725T101321Z-0"-gzip
> CalServer always returns me the full content, that is a 200 OK status.
> (I'm expecting a 304).
> Is it possible that CalServer/TwistedCalDAV does not check all the
> given tags for a match?
> Or does it use a different etag with content-encoding content, like
> Helge Hess
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