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// Copyright (c) 2017, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
/// @assertion bool autoUncompress
/// read / write
/// Get and set whether the body of a response will be automatically
/// uncompressed.
/// The body of an HTTP response can be compressed. In most situations providing
/// the un-compressed body is most convenient. Therefore the default behavior is
/// to un-compress the body. However in some situations (e.g. implementing a
/// transparent proxy) keeping the uncompressed stream is required.
/// NOTE: Headers in from the response is never modified. This means that when
/// automatic un-compression is turned on the value of the header Content-Length
/// will reflect the length of the original compressed body. Likewise the header
/// Content-Encoding will also have the original value indicating compression.
/// NOTE: Automatic un-compression is only performed if the Content-Encoding
/// header value is gzip.
/// This value affects all responses produced by this client after the value is
/// changed.
/// To disable, set to false.
/// Default is true.
/// @description Checks that is the value of this property is [true] then the
/// body of a response is automatically uncompressed.
/// @author
import "dart:io";
import "dart:convert";
import "../../../Utils/expect.dart";
test() async {
String helloWorld = 'Hello, test world!';
HttpServer server = await HttpServer.bind(InternetAddress.loopbackIPv4, 0);
server.autoCompress = true;
server.listen((HttpRequest request) {
HttpClient client = new HttpClient();
client.autoUncompress = true;
.then((HttpClientRequest request) {
return request.close();
}).then((HttpClientResponse response) {
response.cast<List<int>>().transform(utf8.decoder).listen((content) {
Expect.equals(helloWorld, content);
main() {