|Jan 13, 2009, 11:59 PM||#1|
gzip handling in NSURLConnection
I've read that NSURLConnection automatically decompresses request that are gzipped. Without having to specify accept-encoding or anything in the request. In doing an asynchronous NSURLConnection, I print the lengths of the returned data in each didReceiveData call, but it appears to be the uncompressed length.
Does NSURLConnection decompress the data before sending to didReceiveData? How can I tell if the data being received was originally compressed?
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