bug 258246: RFC: Accept language header: 'en-gb' and matching

Gervase Markham gerv at mozilla.org
Sun Sep 12 21:21:27 UTC 2004

David Miller wrote:
> But that's not what the RFC says, and it's not how Apache works for the 
> built-in content-negotiation it can do.

But isn't it common-sense?

Someone sends:
Accept-Language: de-de, fr

And we have a choice of de and en, with default as en. What would be the 
sensible thing to serve them?

Looking at it another way, what would break if we made this change?


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