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From Mike Cardwell <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Stripping white space from HTML
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2007 13:21:36 GMT
* on the Sun, Mar 11, 2007 at 12:21:55PM -0700, Grant wrote:

>>> Right now all I want to do is eliminate all white space from my delivered HTML.
>> mod_line_edit might be a better bet, perhaps with a LERewriteRule to
>> collapse any whitespace of more than one byte to a single space.
> I want to make sure I'm not mis-using the term "whitespace".  What I
> mean is I want to eliminate all completely blank lines from my
> delivered HTML.  Would you use mod_line_edit for that?
> Also, my system delivers HTML in a dynamic way like this:
> <Location />
>        SetHandler perl-script
>        PerlResponseHandler Interchange::Link
>        PerlOptions +GlobalRequest
>        PerlSetVar InterchangeServer /path/to/socket
> </Location>
> Should I be able to use something like mod_line_edit in conjunction?

Why not just modify Interchange/ to not print blank lines? That
would seem to me to be the best solution. I'm not familiar with
Interchange::Link, but I just did a quick google and took a look at

At the end of the "handler" subroutine you'll see to while loops that
print out the content...


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