Re: Pueblo announcement

From: George Greer (
Date: 04/11/01

On Tue, 10 Apr 2001, Peter Ajamian wrote:

>It's not a DNS problem, and really has nothing to do with DNS, I believe
>that Shane was simply a bit confused in that area.  Anyways, the problem
>is that the html server he's using uses name-based virtual aliases which
>is not supported under HTML 1.0[1].

I think you mean HTTP.  An HTML document doesn't care about where it's
from. The links you gave confirm that.

>Note that I have not verified that his server is indeed using name-based
>aliases, however the symptoms he gave earlier (he can get the files with
>his normal web browser but not with Pueblo) along with the fact that
>Pueblo uses HTML 1.0[1] seem to indicate that that is the problem.  If
>you check back in the archives you'll see the fix I suggested for Pueblo
>which should (hopefully) make it HTML 1.1[2] compatible enough to work
>with name-based aliases (though I would still call it a far cry from
>being HTML 1.1[2] "compliant").

Internet Explorer and Netscape support "Host:" with HTTP/1.0.  It's been a
long time since I've encountered a browser that doesn't. Whether or not
it's an "official" part of the standard is a different story.

George Greer

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