From: Sean Hinde <Sean.H<inde@t-...> - 2002-11-23 13:12:00
I just thought I'd check out the Yaws list and noticed no-one had replied to
the one about large file posts
I guess you (Klacke) have found the answer as it is in the EUC paper, but
for anyone else who is wondering there is a config directive
partial_post_size - any files bigger than this will prompt partial output of
data to the out/1 function.
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From: Johan Bevemyr <jb@be...> - 2002-11-23 18:44:23
> I guess you (Klacke) have found the answer as it is in the EUC paper, but
> for anyone else who is wondering there is a config directive
> partial_post_size - any files bigger than this will prompt partial output of
> data to the out/1 function.
There is some example code on how to use the partial post support
in the wiki application that is included in the yaws distribution.
Have a look at the addFile/3 in wiki.erl, it implements the file
upload functionality in the wiki.