Commit 9e77d9ca authored by Sebastian Cote's avatar Sebastian Cote Committed by Tim-Philipp Müller
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rtspconnection: also add Content-Type to HTTP POST request when tunnelling

When the GstRTSPConnection class sends a RTSP over HTTP tunnelling
request, the HTTP Content-Type header is missing from the HTTP POST

This isn't a problem with most servers, but there are servers that
rejects the request without there also being a Content-Type header.

RFC 1945:
Any HTTP/1.0 message containing an entity body should include a
Content-Type header field defining the media type of that body.

Apple Dispatch 28:
QuickTime Streaming uses the "application/x-rtsp-tunnelled" MIME
type in both the Content-Type and Accept headers. This reflects
the data type that is expected and delivered by the client and server.
parent bc604f35
......@@ -842,6 +842,8 @@ setup_tunneling (GstRTSPConnection * conn, GTimeVal * timeout, gchar * uri,
gst_rtsp_message_add_header (msg, GST_RTSP_HDR_ACCEPT,
gst_rtsp_message_add_header (msg, GST_RTSP_HDR_CONTENT_TYPE,
gst_rtsp_message_add_header (msg, GST_RTSP_HDR_CACHE_CONTROL, "no-cache");
gst_rtsp_message_add_header (msg, GST_RTSP_HDR_PRAGMA, "no-cache");
gst_rtsp_message_add_header (msg, GST_RTSP_HDR_EXPIRES,
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