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From Tobia Conforto <>
Subject mod_gzip -like functionality?
Date Wed, 05 Sep 2007 11:38:43 GMT
Dear all,

While trying to optimize execution and load time for a Cocoon web
application, I noticed that AJAX forms require a 173K dojo.js file.
This file is only transferred once per session or less, and then cached,
but I'd like to optimize the first load time among other things.

Therefore I would like to serve a compressed version of this file to
browsers that support content compression, much like mod_gzip does.

Can I enable such a feature in Cocoon?

Ad hoc, manual solutions (such as pre-compression) are welcome too, as
I will only do this for a few select static files (like dojo.js)

Is my only (or best) option to do this on the front-end Apache server
that I'm already using?


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