[Development] QHttp removal
thiago.macieira at intel.com
Fri Dec 23 14:06:53 CET 2011
On Friday, 23 de December de 2011 10.41.43, Jonas M. Gastal wrote:
> On Friday 23 December 2011 12:23:14 Alex Kides wrote:
> > 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)
> QNAM is not meant to be used in creating a server, it is strictly for
> >From what I know there are no classes to help in creating an HTTP
> than QTcpServer). While the QHttp*Header classes can be usefull in creating
> an HTTP server I would say they are a far cry from making it easy. If we
> want to add that functionality I think we should wrap it in a much higher
> level class something like QHttpServer. I'm not convinced that that is a
> good idea tough.
QNetworkRequestPrivate has all that is needed to deal with MIME headers. We'd
just need to expose the functionality to parse a header and to recreate one.
Thiago Macieira - thiago.macieira (AT) intel.com
Software Architect - Intel Open Source Technology Center
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