naruse / airemix.jp wrote:
> It's from r61359 because HTTP doesn't allow CRLF in their header value.
> I think your application was silently broken from before.

CRLF followed by leading-whitespace (LWS) should be allowed

"Host:\r\n\texample.com\r\n"
"Host:\r\n example.com\r\n"

I think it's necessary for some base64-encoded proxy
certificates embedded in headers

> https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/14664#change-71384

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