At 01:04 12/06/97 GMT, Geoff Breach wrote:
>On Tue, 10 Jun 1997 19:16:15 -0500 (CDT), peter @
com (Peter da
>>> Except when it has to filter out an applet or some such.
>>That's a bit more processing on the body of the document, but it can still
>>be streamed and shouldn't add significantly to latency.
>Zero processing on the body of the document. Filter on the
>"MIME-Type:" header at the beginning of each document component, and
>block the bad ones. No S&F required.
That is not enough. Because the applet can be fetched by HTTP 1.0
or even 0.9 which do not use the MIME header.
So you have to parse the start of the document for the magic
bytes indicating a Java applet.
This is anyway a minor remark ;-) as this does not change
fundamentaly what you were writing
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