[Development] QHttp removal
Alex_Kides at programmingresearch.com
Fri Dec 23 13:23:14 CET 2011
Is there an equivalent means of processing http requests/responses when working with a QTcpServer/QTcpSocket?
(The QHttp*Header classes have been marked as obsolete but no usable equivalent is in place, that i've seen anyway, the QNAM classes don't seem that useful for server type applications)
From: development-bounces+alex_kides=programmingresearch.com at qt-project.org [development-bounces+alex_kides=programmingresearch.com at qt-project.org] On Behalf Of Jonas M. Gastal [jgastal at profusion.mobi]
Sent: Friday, December 23, 2011 11:42 AM
To: development at qt-project.org
Subject: [Development] QHttp removal
I have just sent to gerrit a patch which removes QHttp from Qt:
However I have not removed QHttpHeader and friends, so they're still public
and in the QHttp header, I'm wondering if it wouldn't be better to make that
stuff private. That API was used in conjunction with QHttp, QNAM doesn't
require it(in its public API).
We could also consider removing the QHttpHeader* classes entirely but that
would entail rewriting all uses of it, there currently are a several.
What does everyone think about that?
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