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Re^3: Should LWP warn about wrong Content-Length? (it does)
in thread Should LWP warn about wrong Content-Length?
warning seems like a clumsy way to communicate this
it's probably OK. Because wrong Content-Length in request is must be programmer mistake. But wrong Content-Length in response
is something programmer cannot control.
For response there are existing ways to report problem, like: HTTP 500 with 'Client-Warning'=> 'Internal response' header. Or 'X-Died' header (without changing http response code, i.e. it can be 200 OK)
which version do you have
perl -MLWP -e 'print LWP->VERSION'