Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] How do I generate an RST? (#2228)

Martin Thomson <> Mon, 24 December 2018 06:21 UTC

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This is not that.  We know that some implementations use TCP half-closed in HTTP.  Some even rely on it to the point that things break if you don't do it.  Not that things don't break for those people, but they have a narrow set of peers that they interact with.

Of course, whether that set of endpoints is ALSO the same set of endpoints using CONNECT is hard to know.

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