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From Aaron Bannert <>
Subject Re: Before I start a new module...
Date Mon, 25 Nov 2002 04:12:11 GMT
Knowing nothing about your setup, I would suggest instead writing
a simple script (perl or whatever) that traverses your docroot and
/compresses/ the whitespace out of your files, instead of doing
it dynamically and per-request.

my 2c,

On Sunday, November 24, 2002, at 05:33  PM, Pier Fumagalli wrote:

> Ok, I was kindly asked by my management to write a new module for 
> Apache
> 2.0, since as of _TODAY_ we're using it in production for non-static 
> content
> as well (whohooooo!)...
> Before I move all my apps over on the new Apache 2.0 server, I need to 
> be
> able to strip whitespace from HTML (ok, my designers like using 
> DreamWeaver,
> not my fault), so since I can use filters, well... :-)
> First question would be... Seems pretty odd that noone thought about it
> before (???), so, is there a module doing that already?
> If not, am I right in looking at what mod_bucketeer does for a start?
> Cheeridos! :-)
>     Pier

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