Re: Puzzled at hoRequest, hoNone, and hoReply. :-(

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 10:08:45 +0200

These are constants

/* possible owners of http header */
typedef enum {
} http_hdr_owner_type;

Seems to only be used to separate the header statistics in request,
replies (and HTCP if used).

Whenever we have constants like this, we always have a "none"
constant with the value 0 (first value of a enum). This to tell that
the field hasn't been assigned yet. Even if we never use the "none"
constant in the code, having it helps greatly when debugging as it
then is very easy to see from the debugger that the field hasn't been


On Monday 22 April 2002 08:31, wrote:
> Hi, pals!
> I search the codes where the above variables are used,
> IMHO, I think hoRequest means the owner of the header of
> the request, hoReply means the owner of the header of
> the reply. Am I correct?
Received on Mon Apr 22 2002 - 02:09:34 MDT

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