Package internal contains HTTP internals shared by net/http and net/http/httputil.
var LocalhostCert = byte("" /* 781 byte string literal not displayed */)
LocalhostCert is a PEM-encoded TLS cert with SAN IPs "127.0.0.1" and "[::1]", expiring at Jan 29 16:00:00 2084 GMT. generated from src/crypto/tls: go run generate_cert.go --rsa-bits 1024 --host 127.0.0.1,::1,example.com --ca --start-date "Jan 1 00:00:00 1970" --duration=1000000h
var LocalhostKey = byte(testingKey("" /* 890 byte string literal not displayed */))
LocalhostKey is the private key for localhostCert.
func NewChunkedReader ¶
NewChunkedReader returns a new chunkedReader that translates the data read from r out of HTTP "chunked" format before returning it. The chunkedReader returns io.EOF when the final 0-length chunk is read.
NewChunkedReader is not needed by normal applications. The http package automatically decodes chunking when reading response bodies.
func NewChunkedWriter ¶
func NewChunkedWriter(w io.Writer) io.WriteCloser
NewChunkedWriter returns a new chunkedWriter that translates writes into HTTP "chunked" format before writing them to w. Closing the returned chunkedWriter sends the final 0-length chunk that marks the end of the stream but does not send the final CRLF that appears after trailers; trailers and the last CRLF must be written separately.
NewChunkedWriter is not needed by normal applications. The http package adds chunking automatically if handlers don't set a Content-Length header. Using newChunkedWriter inside a handler would result in double chunking or chunking with a Content-Length length, both of which are wrong.
type FlushAfterChunkWriter ¶
FlushAfterChunkWriter signals from the caller of NewChunkedWriter that each chunk should be followed by a flush. It is used by the http.Transport code to keep the buffering behavior for headers and trailers, but flush out chunks aggressively in the middle for request bodies which may be generated slowly. See Issue 6574.