autoUncompress property Null safety
Gets and sets 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 the response are never modified. This means
that when automatic un-compression is turned on the value of the
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
This value affects all responses produced by this client after the value is changed.
To disable, set to
bool autoUncompress = true;