Gunicorn zero-length bug fixedΒΆ

Tags: django

Two weeks ago I wrote about a zero-length bug I encountered with gunicorn when running it under apache in certain cases and when using internet explorer. Corner case, but still. With some apache tweaking I managed to work around it (or solve it).

I submitted a bug report suggesting a small doc update for this corner case and got a quick reply from the author asking me to try out the most recent release, as that apparently contained an fix for “chunked encoding”.

I hooked 0.12.2 up into my site instead of the 0.12.1 that I was using and yes, it fixes it!

So hurray for open source and responsive authors!

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