Clarify OgHttp2Session header validation RST_STREAMs.

This CL further differentiates between application-requested and header
validation RST_STREAMs in OgHttp2Session. More header validation RST_STREAMs
now use header result HEADER_HTTP_MESSAGING instead of HEADER_RST_STREAM, and
the visitor callback OnInvalidFrame() is now invoked only with
HEADER_HTTP_MESSAGING (excluding application-requested HEADER_RST_STREAM).

This change is important for certain codec_impl_test cases to pass with
oghttp2, including HeaderNameWithUnderscoreAreRejectedByDefault and

PiperOrigin-RevId: 414565859
2 files changed
tree: 994747ed520567c39082e073b69bc6ce7aacaaf2
  1. common/
  2. epoll_server/
  3. http2/
  4. quic/
  5. spdy/


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