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[REBOL] Re: no-cache http requests by default?

From: jurgens:akcorp at: 2-Apr-2002 7:16

Pragma: no-cache is a valid HTTP header to be used by the HTTP client making a request to a server. Although pragma settings can be configured on the server too, the request header is important too because it instructs proxy servers not to return data from the cache but to always get it from the web server instead. The only way I would know to answer Anton's question is to write your own HTTP read function using a TCP port and actually writing the header yourself in the function, but I suspect there is a better way. Burt