Clark C . Evans wrote:
> I know this is an older question, but what do I have to do
> to send back gzippped content? Here is what I figure:
What about mod_gzip? I'd investigate that before I tried to do anything in
From: Clark C . Evans <cce@cl...> - 2002-03-14 16:16:28
On Thu, Mar 14, 2002 at 11:10:40AM -0500, Geoffrey Talvola wrote:
| Clark C . Evans wrote:
| > I know this is an older question, but what do I have to do
| > to send back gzippped content? Here is what I figure:
| What about mod_gzip? I'd investigate that before I tried to
| do anything in Webware.
I'm actually using mod_gzip now... but it has a few problems:
- it doesn't work that nicely with mod_ssl, you
have to use mod_proxy and jump through hoops
- it doesn't give application level control over
who gets compressed content or not, i'd like
this to be an user-level choice; there are also
other congfiguration issues that I'd like to
have more applicaiton control over.
- it works only with apache... I'd like to switch
over to medusa or some other python http server
in a while.
- it doesn't handle content that is already compressed.
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