const DefaultQValue = 1.0
DefaultQValue is the default qvalue to assign to an encoding if no explicit qvalue is set. This is actually kind of ambiguous in RFC 2616, so hopefully it's correct. The examples seem to indicate that it is.
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func GzipHandler ¶
GzipHandler wraps an HTTP handler, to transparently gzip the response body if the client supports it (via the Accept-Encoding header).
type GzipResponseWriter ¶
GzipResponseWriter provides an http.ResponseWriter interface, which gzips bytes before writing them to the underlying response. This doesn't set the Content-Encoding header, nor close the writers, so don't forget to do that.
func (w GzipResponseWriter) Flush()
Flush flushes the underlying *gzip.Writer and then the underlying http.ResponseWriter if it is an http.Flusher. This makes GzipResponseWriter an http.Flusher.