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Re: wget2 | Implement HTTP/3 support using QUIC (#553)

From: Momoka Y (@momoka0122y)
Subject: Re: wget2 | Implement HTTP/3 support using QUIC (#553)
Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2021 12:33:18 +0000

Momoka Y commented:

@rockdaboot Hi. I'm sorry I haven't communicated with you for a long time. I am 
still interested in working on implementing HTTP/3 on wget2. 

I am currently trying to write a simple C code to get the html of a site with 
HTTP/3 using ngtcp2 as practice to understand how to make QUIC connections 
using ngtcp2. I'm writing this using ngtcp2's example code 
 as a reference. 
 uses libev but I am trying to create my practice code without using libev 
because wget2 did not seem to be doing asynchronous processing (am I wrong 

I have also been looking through the wget code and trying to understand how the 
code is working. My understanding is that a file defining QUIC functions 
libwget/quic.c should be created (it may need to be split into other files 
since the code may get large, such as libwget/quic_ssl) and those QUIC 
functions should be used in libwget/http.c and libwget/net.c to replace the tcp 
functions when wget2 is used with an option to enable HTTP/3. For example 
creating a ```get_quic_init()``` , ```wget_quic_write()``` function to replace 
```get_tcp_init()``` , ```wget_tcp_write()``` when QUIC is enabled. I 
understand that it is not as simple as I mentioned above because not all 
wget_tcp functions can be converted to QUIC functions on a one-to-one basis.

I am still trying to figure out how wget2 works and how QUIC works. I think 
I'll dive deeper into the wget2 code once I have finished making my practice 
QUIC html getting code.

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