Well, in case it¹s useful, I cleaned up my code somewhat, used Sebastian¹s
code to parse the HTTP headers for WARC files, and added (BSD licensed)
test files from DROID and some reasonably meaningful tests.

It¹s on this branch:

And the parser tests give some idea of the current behaviour:

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