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CsConneg aims to implement content negotiation as described in section 1.4 of
RFC 2616 (

Current version focuses on media type negotiation. Negotiation of other
representation aspects (language, charset, encoding) is not covered.

Example of usage:

    void handleRequest(HttpContext http)
        new CsConneg.Builder()
                "text/html", delegate
                    // Serve HTML.
                    http.Response.ContentType = "text/html";
                "application/json", delegate
                    // Serve JSON.
                    http.Response.ContentType = "application/json";
                    http.Response.Write("{spam: 42}");
                    // Have no acceptable media types to serve.
                    http.Response.Code = 406; // "Not Acceptable"
            .Dispatch(http.Request.Headers["Accept"] ?? "*/*");
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