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From Henri Gomez <hgo...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH] mod_deflate extensions
Date Mon, 11 Nov 2002 08:38:49 GMT
Dietz, Phil E. wrote:
> On a side note...
> 
> I think there should be a SetNote command so admins can tweak module settings through
(instead of SetEnv like below)...
> 
> Using SetEnv exposes the result to cgi applications...which is not always a good thing.

I followed the current mod_deflate behaviour which use allready the
SetEnv gzip-only-text/html 1

>>-----Original Message-----
>>From:	Henri Gomez [SMTP:hgomez@apache.org]
>>Sent:	Friday, November 08, 2002 10:49 AM
>>To:	dev@httpd.apache.org
>>Subject:	[PATCH] mod_deflate extensions
>>
>>Some questions about mod_deflate :
>>
>>1) Why this module is not enabled by default built ?
>>      compression should be on to meet HTTP recommandations ?
>>
>>2) What about a more advanced system ?
>>
>>      Currently :
>>
>>SetEnv gzip-only-text/html 1
>>
>>-> make mod_deflate compress only text/html.
>>
>>      Extension :
>>
>>SetEnv gzip-mime-xxxx/yyyy allow
>>
>>-> make mod_deflate compress content matching xxxx/yyyy.
>>
>>SetEnv gzip-mime-xxxx/yyyy  deny
>>
>>-> make mod_deflate don't compress content matching xxxx/yyyy.
>>
>>SetEnv gzip-file-jsp allow
>>
>>-> make mod_deflate compress content caming from jsp
>>
>>SetEnv gzip-file-js deny
>>
>>-> make mod_deflate don't compress content caming for javascript
>>
>><Directory "/your-server-root/manual">
>>SetEnv gzip-mime-text/html allow
>>SetEnv gzip-mime-text/xml allow
>>SetEnv gzip-mime-text/plain allow
>>SetEnv gzip-mime-default deny
>>SetEnv gzip-file-jsp allow
>>SetEnv gzip-file-js deny
>>SetEnv gzip-file-default deny
>>SetOutputFilter DEFLATE
>></Directory>
>>
>>
>>Attached is a patch ...
>>
>>Thanks for your feedback
>>
>>
>>	
>>
>> << File: mod_deflate.c.diff >> 
> 
> 
> 



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